Ten ways to... Make a tough decision

Last Updated: 09 Oct 2013

1. Take time out
2. Think: is it right for the company?
3. Consider those who'll be affected
4. Believe in yourself
5. Do your research
6. Focus
7. Stick to your guns
8. Be prepared for fallout
9. Remember: it can only make you stronger
10. Don't repeat your mistakes.

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