She adds, “We’ve learned from more than 200 studies that if-then planners are about 300 percent more likely than others to reach their goals. Most of that research focuses on individuals, but we’re starting to uncover a similar effect in groups.
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This is a great article! Great leaders versus great leaders who can execute to a plan - who can get it done.
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