Never stop researching a new or more effective way to move forward. -Emily Tevault, Chief Producktivity Officer
Identifying your ducks (ideas, tasks, roles) gives you the foundation to make an informed decision. There are different ways to gather information and the use of a variety of methods such as collecting data, brainstorming, and researching helps you identify all of your possibilities.
Merriam-Webster Dictionary’s definition of research is to “search or investigate exhaustively.” When you want to move on to the next step because you have already collected your data and had a brainstorming session, re-read the description of this strategy. Find the inspiration to research all of your options before making a decision. This is your opportunity to gather additional information about the data you have collected and ideas from your brainstorming session. Thorough research sets the stage for analysis and the interpretation.
Be a LEADER, and move ideas to action using Producktivity®, a unique, interactive personal and professional organizational tool that assists individuals and organizations with improving their decision making and time management skills. Guiding Principles: Identify. Connect. Organize.