Pressure to Perform

Our ability to digest, organize and make good decisions is dependent upon how much information we are tasking our brain to process on a daily basis. Every day the five senses send the brain more information than it can process. Add to that the pressure to build a solid pipeline, forecast at or above quota can increase pressure reducing our mental capacity. To handle the overload, we take mental shortcuts. The shortcuts that lead to inaccurate assessments are thinking traps and can cost you important business and undermine critical relationships. Learning to identify and sidestep your thinking traps will increase focus to reach your goals swiftly and effectively.