Some industries are getting more nervous.
Tariffs. Wars. Interest rates. Softer consumer confidence.
The question is what you choose to do with all this swirling information. Because it’s always something. If you want a reason to avoid committing to a decision, there’s always something you can blame it on.
It’s been said that courage is not the lack of fear, but the ability to act in spite of fear.
Likewise, leadership isn’t being without doubts. It’s acknowledging risk and issues, yet moving forward because it’s more important to move than to be stuck.
So it’s OK to struggle with that. We’re all human. But if it’s important to get your organization moving, well, make the decision. Get started.
Sure, you might have to change later. You might even … shudder … make a mistake!
But on the whole, it’s still probably more important to get moving.
I blog regularly on this topic on a site called The Values Based Business. If you find this article interesting…