choose? In today’s world, the possibilities are endless. Interestingly, that’s not always a plus and can often interfere
with decision-making. What to do?
Often, the best way to get things done is by process of elimination so that you are left with limited, desirable
choices. Here are two real-life examples we all face at one time or another …
… you decide to join an association to network, be part of the community and potentially meet prospective clients.
Which group should it be? Perhaps it would make sense to become part of the local Chamber of Commerce. Many of
your colleagues attend their meetings and have found it helpful to be part of the Chamber. Or, maybe
consider a business association a good friend is urging you to join. There are several excellent choices and it is hard to
decide which one would be best.
We recommend using the process of elimination to decide which association to choose. Once you have
narrowed it down to one or two associations, the decision will be easier. Plus, that overwhelmed feeling will go away.
Here is another example of too many choices. You have decided to scan all documents as soon as they arrive in the
office but have no idea which product best meet your needs and gets the job done most efficiently. The market is flooded
with scanner manufacturers with each one vying for your attention. To eliminate a number of scanners, we suggest that
beginning by listing your criteria — how you want the scanner to function and what you want to accomplish. Then you
are ready to review the scanners sold and to compare each one with the criteria you established. This process will
narrow the selection process and move it along by reducing the number of scanners in the running. Isn’t that an easy
way to limit the options? We hope you will give it a try.
Want to read more about how this concept works? Check out the 6/21/13 article: Choose What To
Leave Out at www.delanceyplace.com.
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