Did you know that human beings mostly hate making decisions? That’s why we so easily fall for the repetitive ad, the "don’t make waves" herd instinct, and generally live far below our potential. Don’t you know, "keep your options open," don’t burn the boats that are there to return you to safe harbor, in case, God forbid, you make a mistake. I have been told and have come to firmly believe that God can course-correct you a lot more easily if you’re in motion. Believe me, taking this stance, writing this article represents a 180 degree turn around from my innate tendency to go along, to get along. This year I have made decision after decision, always strengthening my commitment to my intention, and the results astound everyone I get to share them with. (Even my coach was impressed!)
Here are 17 benefits from the joy of making better decisions faster. There are more, this is just to get you started.
1. Decide faster, learn faster.
2. Be more successful.
3. Generate momentum for all your projects..
4. Making more decisions means acquiring the skill to make better decisions.
5. People will say, "WOW, look at her!" 😉
6. Develop deeper trust in yourself.
7. Set a bodacious example for those around you.
8. Grow your courage.
9. Have more to laugh about.
10. Hone your instincts; sharpen your intuition.
11. Enjoy telling the stories of all your adventures these decisions give fruit to.
12. Be healthier.
13. Worry less, or even not at all. You know it will work out!
14, Get better results faster.
15. Grow your vision.
16. Make more money….before you know it!
17. Have more FUN!
Now, what are you sitting on the fence about? I spent 3 months dithering about getting someone to help with mundane, time-consuming tasks, now I have someone. Just making that commitment has made my energy level soar. Same thing happened with the new web site.
Just go for it. It’s easier to course correct if you’re not standing still. What decisions have you been putting off? Aren’t you tired of sitting on the fence? Can you share an example of how being more decisive paid off for you? The journey of 1,000 miles starts with one step.