limiting decision

limiting decision

an understanding of self achieved as a result of response to a significant or traumatic event.
See also: Time-Line therapy.

lim·it·ing de·ci·sion

(lim'i-ting dĕ-sizh'ŭn)
An understanding of self as a result of response to a significant or traumatic event.
See also: Time-Line therapy
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The dynamic, expansive products and services in the IT marketplace can lead to a career limiting decision.
Sadly, most people would make the shortsighted and limiting decision to make the resource the strategy and focus all of its attention on the resource.
An Alternative Approach: An Intervention For A Limiting Decision
Limiting decisions to a select few can make it hard to get on with progress, but having faith and trust in all staff members to steer Electric Kiwi in the right direction, along with creating an enjoyable working environment, has proven successful.
A communique draft obtained by Reuters on Thursday showed farm ministers meeting in Paris on June 22-23 could end up with a watered-down deal limiting decisions to agricultural issues, mainly data or food supplies, not markets.
Kozlowski outlines our judiciary's failure to implement the Civil War amendments through a series of limiting decisions clearly contrary to the amendments' language and the ratifiers' intent.