Book Recommendation: Road Less Stupid by Keith J. Cunningham
If you were given the option to make a new decision or go back in time and fix a wrong one, which one would save you more money? This book suggests fixing the wrong choice would save you more money. As leaders, we have all made mistakes and will probably continue to make some more. Going forward, instead of focusing on making more right choices maybe we should focus on making less bad ones.
“It turns out that the key to getting rich (and staying that way) is to avoid doing stupid things. I don’t need to do more smart things. I just need to make fewer dumb mistakes. The vast majority of our dumb tax is a direct result of emotional, overly optimistic and poorly thought out decisions. Every one of those three decisions you would love to unwind was an avoidable mistake.”
By reading this book you can learn strategies of making better decisions and minimizing risk by implementing quality Thinking Time.