Posts Tagged ‘decision-making’

Do Something, Even If It’s Wrong

“Do something — even if it’s wrong!”  That’s a phrase I’ve often heard my husband utter, frequently directed (under his breath) at people who stop suddenly after disembarking an escalator or moving sidewalk. It applies to people with shopping carts who obliviously block the entire aisle while agonizing over which brand of shampoo to buy. (Oh wait. […]

Don’t Get Boxed In — 11 Tips

Last night, my husband and I watched the DVD of The Box, a sci-fi psychological thriller starring Cameron Diaz and James Marsden as Norma and Arthur Lewis, a couple in dire financial straits. A mysterious man delivers a seemingly innocuous box to their home and tells them that they will receive $1 million in cash if they will […]