“If you need to make a tough decision and have many variables to consider, I recommend Gerard's book. It gives you a pathway for making the right decision.” —Eddie Watson, former owner of Jaguar Logistics
Hindsight is always 20/20. Life would be so much easier if we recognized the advantages and disadvantages of our decisions prior to making choices that alter our lives—personally and professionally—from the very start.
With Gerard Ibarra's easy-to-read and easier-to-implement step-by-step guide to decision-making, you can rest assured that your choices are beneficial to your life and business. Using his years of professional and personal experience, coupled with his education in engineering and science, Ibarra provides insight on how to navigate tough decisions to achieve better outcomes.
If you are looking to make more efficient and effective decisions for your personal life, your business, or your professional team, then let Ibarra guide you to:
- Conquer emotional hurdles
- Analyze better outcomes
- Focus on critical thinking
- Optimize your best results
- Determine reliable pathways
It takes confidence and clarity to journey through all of life's obstacles. Ibarra guides you on how to make the important and difficult choices with the least amount of turmoil and frustrations—escaping the setback that will ultimately deter you from your goals. In the end, all of your decisions will be the best decisions you've ever made.
Gerard Ibarra, Ph.D., is a consultant, author, speaker, and serial entrepreneur. He teaches companies faced with multiple alternatives—made even more difficult by competing departments or individuals—to converge on one.
Gerard has an analytical and leadership background and experience in opening, expanding, and streamlining operations. His skills are in logistics, industrial and systems engineering, operation planning, and strategic leadership and business development.
Lastly, Gerard received his Ph.D. in applied science from Southern Methodist University with an emphasis in systems engineering and logistics. He has taught graduate courses in logistics systems engineering at SMU’s Bobby B. Lyle School of Engineering, and supply chain management and e-Business at the University of Dallas Graduate School of Management.