The Powell Doctrine is to avoid war, using all the force necessary to achieve a decisive and successful ongoing result. Earlier, I wrote about applying that to business leadership. Here, let’s apply it to cutting back when you’re over-extended. Use the same steps, with a slight twist. The main point is to cut deeper than you think you need to so you don’t ever have to do it again.

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