About Praxis Strategic Thinking Options
“Prediction is always difficult – especially about the future.” – Yogi Berra
Strategic Thinking has a pretty good track record for getting people to the future in better shape. At Praxis Strategic Thinking Options (PSTO) we recognize tomorrow will be very different in appearance from what we expected, but still hauntingly familiar.
Through our signature workshops, powerful one to one strategic coaching, consulting or enhanced research focus, Praxis Strategic Thinking Options helps you steer your way through rough seas, while riding the swell of opportunity as better conditions emerge.
Our assessment tools are strategic too. Do you need or truly want change? If so, where should intervention be focussed? What form would it ideally take? How deep must you dig? How extensive should your “renovation” be? Are your goals “future ready”? The Praxis approach takes you get to the nub of your situation without delay.
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- Are you steering or in steerage? (See Blog Categories – Caught Thinking. InSite Review, Creative Thinking)
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The picture you see above is one I took during a visit to northern Chile a couple of Februarys ago. The mountain on the horizon is the sister of nearby Licancabur Volcano just over the border in Bolivia. The indigenous people of the Atacama Desert claim Licancabur and the surrounding mountains magically protect them from harm.
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