After Action Review (AAR) Process. A typical project review is done "post mortem" – after the fact, and well past any opportunity to change the outcome. You finish a project, and then you study it to determine what happened. From there, you decide which processes to keep and what you'll do differently next time.
A few weeks ago it snowed here, and then iced over. For a few days the streets and neighborhoods were quiet. Still… no movement. I took the dog for a walk in the morning, and the snow dampened all sound and created soft moments… without noise. Calm.
It all comes down to priorities. Success is a game of habits. In itself, "success" is a relative term and so its "achievement" is fully dependent upon the habits you put into place that move you step by step toward the "end" you define for yourself.
The number one reason for not accomplishing success in life is indecision and procrastination. Which is exactly why the ability to make decisions is a critical attribute of most successful business people. But, how do successful leaders avoid common decision traps of “analysis paralysis,” or fear of making the WRONG decision which can result in NO decision at all?