With all of these changes occurring at once, I don't want to overcommit
to aggressively attacking every promising stock that hits my scanners, nor do I want to leave money on the table.
Some view a continuous expansion of their distribution networks as the optimal approach, while others seek options that do not overcommit
their businesses to additional capacity that may not be optimized.
And last but certainly not the least, they seem to be aware of their limits and limitations - and never overcommit
, let their striker inside when he had nowhere to go."
. There's nothing wrong with simplifying or reducing your annual traditions.
Stalling in this way means you won't automatically overcommit
yourself under pressure and gives you time to consider the pros and cons of complying with the request.
Don't apply for too much Don't overcommit
. Paying back debt takes money out of your business.
And it's just fine to let Mt Kenya leaders publicly overcommit
to the Kalenjin so when they renege, which they will, he leads a toxic campaign narrative of an ungrateful and deceitful cabal.
If it's not a fit, try out another organization.<br />I've seen clients make the mistake of joining committees without doing their homework and later learning they were expected not only to do extensive fundraising but also to attend all types of events on a regular basis, and that was not a good fit for them.<br />My other piece of advice is not to overcommit
yourself with involvement.
But when we dole out an easy yes instead of a difficult no we tend to overcommit
our time, energy and finances.
People with a "need to please" personality type or who are more passive-aggressive in their communication are more likely to overcommit
, and then forget or be late completing their tasks, rather than saying "No" from the outset or delegating the work.
With both sides pressing for a place in the play-offs, it was little surprise this game took time to get going with neither willing to overcommit