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Why do many leaders base present decisions on past situations that seem analogous? Because they "mis-remember". Making a decision based on historical precedent has numerous pitfalls and often, it is too late when you realize that the earlier situation was quite different from the current one. Although it's beneficial to use past experiences and decisions, you need to understand how to make the best decisions given today's situation.
By David Stauffer; Harvard Business Press - Dec 1, 2002
The Opposable Mind: How Successful Leaders Win Through Integrative Thinking
By Roger Martin
Selling a Business
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Ten Mistakes to Avoid When Selling your Business
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Older People Are Happy: Life Begins At 40 And 50 And 60
After decades of saving for retirement, baby boomers are about to start retiring. Now what?
By Kris Frieswick; Southwest Airline's Spirit Magazine - August 2006
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By Monte Burke; Forbes Magazine - August 24, 2009
The Selling of Retirement, And How We Bought It
By Marc Freedman; The Washington Post - February 6, 2005
My Retirement Paycheck: a website for useful information for future and current retirees, sponsored by NEFA, The National Endowment for Fianancial Education
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