Decisions, Decisions, Decisions

The answer to our national decision-making dilemma is certainly not convenient in terms of timing and urgency, nor will it be comfortable to execute. We need to change the way we think, and then change the way we decide.

If the desire is to generate new answers to new questions in order to create new solutions to new problems, then we need to understand what leads to the generation of new ideas. We need to place a torch under the part of the human spirit that produces inspiration and imagination. We need to improve our decisions through better originality and a clearer, sharper perspective. This can only be done through better insight, not just better information, and through better observation, not just better ...

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