When we see someone else make what seems to us to be an unwise, odd, or risky decision, it is likely not because the decision-maker is foolish, bizarre, or has an Evel Knievel-level-threshold-for-danger-tolerance. Likely they made that particular decision because their goals are different than ours.
- What to do when everyone is right
- Evolving association, evolving skills
- Goal setting beyond the strategic planning meeting