Making Whole Decisions
(Beyond Smart and Wise Decisions)

Charles Tack
Thursday, February 15, 7:30 pm
Suggested Donation: $5

Have you ever been part of a family decision where something a child says offers a direction that no one saw coming? Do you recall fairy tales where a gnome on the side of the road provides a seemingly inconsequential clue that influences a decision? Have you ever been caught in a chaotic, non-linear process that surfaces a choice that feels uncannily 'right'? Whole decisions include innocent voices, hints from gnome's and confusing turns. While it's undeniable that using our intelligence to make decisions provides enormous value, the smart choices can sometimes prove inadequate. It's also true that timeless wisdom can offer broader, deeper perspectives, there are times when implementing wisdom proves too vague and impractical. In this talk we will explore the added value of whole decision making to what arises from knowledge and experience.

Charles Tack has been exploring decision making since college where he studied rational decision analysis. He's had a consulting and coaching practice since 1987. He's been a student of the I Ching for thirty years and been giving readings since 2002. This is his first talk describing whole decision making.

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