Context is Key

In general, we like to think we make the best choices given the information available to us… at that moment in time.

We make decisions for now, form habits based on context.

We also need to take time to revisit old choices, decisions, beliefs that have been harbored for extended periods of time in light of new information, new contexts. Awareness of change leads to re-evaluation and improvement.

  • Excellent business models made 50, 20 years ago could very well ensure a company’s downfall in 10
  • Habits you formed in your early career may be holding you back from breaking your glass ceiling
  • Relationships you built years ago may not be conducive to embracing your full potential

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