Decisions, decisions. Sometimes it feels like our lives are one big set of decisions strung together between meals and sleeping.
Maybe that’s because on average all of us are asked to make more than 100 small to medium decisions every day — just in our personal lives.
If you are a supervisor or manager, then you are likely being asked to make even more — often more important — decisions than that every working day.
It is no wonder therefore that so many of us have decision fatigue. It is characterized by a range of emotions and reactions including indifference and inertia. Click Here to Read Article …