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Your Toolkit for More Successful Decision-Making: Get Yourself on a Winning Streak

Tue, Mar 26, 2019 1:01 PM EDT{LOCAL_TZ}


Did you know successful people make decisions differently? Here’s what sets them apart: They know how to discern big decisions from small and medium ones and build the momentum into a winning streak. Mike Whitaker, author of The Decision Makeover, has studied successful decision-making by successful decision-makers, and cracked the code on their winning formula. He’ll be sharing his toolkit for successful decision-making. 

Join Mike, along with Keen Decision Systems CEO Greg Dolan, for actionable insights you can use to up your decision-making skills and strategies, and improve your personal and professional success. You’ll find out:

  • The simple steps to align your decisions with the right goals
  • How to differentiate big decisions from small and medium ones
  • Ways to create your own decision winning streak

Mike Whitaker
The Decision Makeover

Mike is a successful entrepreneur, mentor, coach and investor who has studied successful decision-making by successful decision-makers. He writes and speaks frequently about the formulas behind winning decisions streaks.
Greg Dolan
Keen Decision Systems

Greg cofounded Keen Decision Systems, whose marketing measurement and optimization platform helps marketing teams make the data-driven decisions that build winning brands. As a former D-1 baseball player, he has a soft spot for compelling baseball analogies.

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