Before locking in an obvious choice and perhaps accepting a mediocre result, challenge yourself and your team to explore the unlisted options. In today’s ultra-competitive world, the time you spend exploring the possibilities can represent the difference between winning and losing.
People are putting things off because of the economy, because of lack of resources or not enough time. thing is, you can't buy back time. You can ask yourself (and answer) the question "When is the right time?" But while you do that, look at the ramifications of putting it off for the 'right' time as well.
And while you're at it, remember along with every choice you make, every conversation you have will shape your future.
Admit it, as part of the over-achieving, multi-taskinggeneration, you have some semblance of a life plan. You may not have fleshedout the details or timelines, but you probably have an idea of some of thebiggies you’d like to get accomplished (marriage, home ownership, pet, MBA,etc.).
So with the economy changing, you might have to change, too.I’d like to express this to you in the form of three weddings.