Friday, October 23, 2020



Owners of small businesses are often accused of making a snap decision. In their haste, they may do something that can be unsatisfactory or worse yet detrimental to their business. Anytime someone is pressed for a response, they should take a step back and consider the consequences of a snap decision. Even though they may be very confident of what their response should be, it might be wise to delay an answer.

Also many times, all the facts to make an informed decision are not available.Once again, if the situation allows a delayed response, then they should think their way through the question and possibly talk it over with someone.

As a business owner, try to compromise between making a snap decision and a delayed decision. Gather all the information that is possible and practical, make a checklist of the pro’s and con’s and then make an informed decision as opposed to a snap decision.

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