Zone Out to Make Big Decisions
Worry compounds the futility of being trapped on a dead-end street. Thinking opens new avenues.
After six years as a struggling startup, Laura’s small business was finally taking off. In fact, she was doing so well her largest competitor made an offer to buy her out. “Take the money and run,” her accountant told her, but her best friend said, “You’ve come so far! How can you abandon your brain child?” It was a huge decision with potential for significant rewards—or regrets— on both sides. ...