Possibility Thinking

Coats, Steve
November 2008
Leadership Excellence;Nov2008, Vol. 25 Issue 11, p12
The author looks at the benefits of what he calls Possibility Thinking which he defines as considering what could be versus trying to predict what most likely will be. According to him, this way of thinking enables one to discover new ways of doing work as well as generates opportunities. He suggests that Possibility Thinking provides various options for re-discovering prosperity.


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