I hope you are truly awesome out there! I’m sitting in front of my PC as I share this short and quick, yet important piece of post. After reading this post, I assure you one thing that you surely will be a great decision maker! In this post, I discuss with you how solve decision making dilemma.
So, I wanted to share this since a long time but it’s now that I’m sharing. Techniques like ‘tossing the coin’, which you would have read if surfed on google, won’t work. You need practical techniques to make the best decision which in this post I hope to with you.
Many a times circumstances turn out to be so confusing that the situation leaves you in a position where you feel no way out. Big questions sometimes may have come to your head. And the biggest question which ever comes to all of us is that, how can I make a single, and the best, decision. Let’s crack it!
The thing which I do and suggest you, with great love and deep respect, is that whenever I am faced to a real big confusing situation and when I need to choose one best decision, I simply ask myself this Steve Jobs’s Golden Question:
What would I choose if this happens to be my life’s last decision?
Also, I encourage you to ask these questions too:
Will this matter one year from now?
Will this decision affect my personal, professional and spiritual life?
Can this decision harm/hurt me or other people around me?
Whenever you find trouble in making a decision, above mentioned three questions will surely help you make better decisions.
I hope in this post I delivered to you a helpful strategy to solve decision making dilemma.
I will love to hear from you if this post was helpful to you.
Love you a lot,
Talk to you soon!
P.S. In the previous post, I discussed the importance of words. In this era that provokes attention through vomiting words, we often forget the importance of words. We often forget how powerful words really are. Discover the importance of words that comes our of your mouth and know what impact it leaves on the listener.
Link to the previous post, which if you have not read, is here!
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