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Decision Making: Exploring beyond your bounded awareness



Here I am going to talk a bit about what bounded awareness blocks crucial and critical information from registering into our consciousness. You could be a CEO, a Project Manager, a Father/Mother facing a teen issue, just about anyone. Now getting locked into this kind of mode will not help us come to a decision which might help us make a Killer Decision.

Here I talk about my experience from my maritime career where I kind of compare it with a situation in dense traffic in a busy English Channel. It's real busy channel and you are navigating with all possible means.
  • Radars
  • Watchmen
  • Extra watch on the forecastle (front part of your ship)
  • multiple GPS
  • Land Bearings (taking positions of multiple landmarks/beacons to mark them on the chart)
  • Advanced Electronic Charts
  • And lots more by now I'm sure (I quit in 99)
Still known and experienced Captains have had head on collisions! Why? Listen to what I have to say about it.

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