Ways to Make Decisions Like Successful People
Successful people see things, do things, and feel things differently. So are they ways they make decisions. That is because there are characteristics that contribute to such success. We all yearn to obtain it, but not all of us are equipped with what it takes. Good news is…it’s attainable.
I know, your days must be busy. With so many decisions to make, I can understand how overwhelming things could be. Studies show that we are slammed with a minimum of 70 decisions to make day.
Not all decisions are major. You know, like deciding what to eat, which route to take, or what assignment to attack first. But life does serve us with decisions that may not always be so easy. Whether you’re contemplating a huge move or who to give your heart to, it can be a bit challenging.
With so many directions to go in, our approach to make decisions must be prioritized. Knowing what needs more of our time at a particular moment help exponentially. After all, we don’t want to invest unnecessary time doing what we need not to, right?
WHen You Make Decisions A Routine
Just like any workout, to make decisions that matter, we have to invest time. One doesn’t build muscle overnight do they? The best way to keep from overwhelming decisions is first understanding which one matters. Let’s face it, between family and work it’s easy to feel as if you have more loads than hands to carry.
When we learn to let go, we start to experience our loads diminishing right before our eyes. To be honest, no decision is ever as hard as we make it to be. At least most of them aren’t. It’s the story line we attach to it that make it all so.
When you make decisions that have the ability to alter your life or someone else’s, it gets tricky.
Just Let Go
Let’s be honest. There’s no load on earth worth us suffocating under. Sometimes pressure is added when we believe that the answers we are looking for must don’t come right away. Sometimes we pry only to make things harder on ourselves.
When you make decisions this way it doesn’t always guarantee the outcome we seek. That is why, sometimes, it’s just best to let it go. What you will find is that when you let it go the world doesn’t come crashing. That means all of the time we used solving the problem wasn’t needed at all.
Sleep on it and give yourself the necessary time to relieve yourself of such pressures. They are not for you to keep. But rather, for you to learn and grow from. That’s what life is doing to us. You are constantly changing, and along with this change, a new you.
Allowing your mind, your body, and your soul the time to recoup is necessary as humans. Everything is actually happening. We are living within the process. That means even when you don’t realize it, you’re developing. When you make decisions disqualifying your abilities, it actually isn’t a decision at all.
Remember, you don’t have to do it all in one day. Think it through, make sense of things, and ask yourself, “Am I doing the best I can with what I have? With that in mind, when you make decisions you will be more equipped to know what deserves your time more. That’s the difference between a good choice and a bad choice.