Information overload makes people lump all kinds of things together in hopes that the ensuing mishmash gets results.

From stress to chaos, we all like shortcuts. When rashly deciding to take that shortcut, we end up making more work for ourselves (and everyone around us). But there is a sequence of thought actions that will help to avoid this situation! First, we choose to see what baloney we’ve allowed ourselves to create. Second, we notice it without judgement. Third, we decide if it’s good (for us) and actively engage to stay the same or change. In this episode, Jess Dewell and Iva Ignjatovic will discuss how to let go of the baloney that gets in the way of our business decisions.


Program 98 LIVE - Let Go of the BaloneyStarting The Conversation:

  • When people choose their own path, and they choose shortcuts.
  • We are a product of our assumptions, how do we realize where our assumptions are?

Host: Jess Dewell
Co-host: Iva Ignjatovic

What You Will Hear:

Our assumptions affect our abilities, and the ability of others.

Women tend to hold back, to scrutinize.

How not knowing affects us.

The power of WHY questions and the distraction of them.

It’s…really…not about us. Distraction in action.

Importance of shared meaning.

Have a plan. #ActToPLAN.

Three ways to let go of our baloney.

1. Use values + integrity as a guide, provided we use them.

2. Evaluate what we do and who we hang out with

3. Start making decision making

A reflection exercise to honestly look at what baloney we have.

Nuance of choices and decisions and what we have control over.

Notable and Quotable:

Jess Dewell: It’s time to rethink our thinking.

Iva Ignjatovic: There are many ways to overcome self-doubt without forgetting our personality.

Jess Dewell: There are energy shifts in our interactions that when we are aware of, we can use.

Iva Ignjatovic: People are not very precise when they have conversations.

Jess Dewell: We can be angry and frustrated, yet we also can know ahead of time what problems may look like and have a plan to move through it.

Iva Ignjatovic: I practice what I want to say and do to prepare myself.

Jess Dewell: Being present in the moment allows us to filter information and pull out what’s immediately useful.

Iva Ignjatovic: Some people make choices because it’s the easy thing to do, not the right thing to do.

Jess Dewell: Decisions are a way of being that we’ve chosen.

Resources:

Tags: assumptions, shortcuts, information overload, thinking, listening, shared meaning, planning, efficiency, values, awareness, decision making, transparency


From stress to chaos we like shortcuts. When we don’t think, and decide to shortcut we end up making more work for ourselves, and everyone around us.

First we choose to see what baloney we’ve allowed ourselves to create. Second we notice it without judgement. Third, we decide if it’s good (for us) and actively engage to stay the same or change. Jess Dewell and Iva Ignjatovic will discuss how to let go of the baloney that gets in the way of our business decisions.