Avoid Overcomplicating a Crisis
When confronted with a crisis, small business owners must avoid responding in ways that further complicate the situation. It’s natural to think big problems require big solutions, and so take excessive action, be it launching e-mail blasts, over-delegating, over-analyzing, or calling all-hands-on-deck meetings, even when our intuition tells us that complexity is best met with simplicity.
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