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This week, we will look at the word Decision.
The Wiktionary defines decision as (choice or judgment): Most often, to decide something is to make a decision; however, other possibilities exist as well. Many verbs used with destination or conclusion, such as reach, come to, and arrive at can also be used with decision; these serve to emphasize that the decision is the result of deliberation. Finally, some varieties of English prefer to take a decision rather than make one.
· Adjectives often applied to “decision”: important, difficult, big, tough, bad, informed, easy, personal, smart, poor, good, quick, major, strategic, wise, serious, hard, stupid, hasty, responsible, complex, prudent, deliberate, significant, collective, delayed, challenging, careful, foolish, small, rash, thoughtful, slow, clever, forced, uninformed.
The adjectives above gives us more understanding on the word decision. We are presently a product of our past decisions. The choices we have made, the friends we have kept, the jobs we have taken up and other choices.
An average person takes up to 35,000 decisions daily both consciously and sub consciously.
One of the ground breaking rules of success is to ensure we are disciplined in our decision taking.
Discipline is the difference between being in control of our future and letting your environment dictate your destiny
Some of us are good at taking decisions while some of us do not take decisions at all and are left to by other people’s decision. Well the good news is that by not taking a decision, you have also taken a decision not to take a decision which is worst.
It is not too late to start evaluating our decisions and start having the end in mind before taking actions.
Decide today to make a better product from your decisions.
Have a great week!!