Decisions: STOP Making the Really
Perhaps you are familiar with the notion that you have two voices constantly nudging you in one direction or another in life.
The fact is, if there was only a dark angel and a light angel, decision making would be a lot easier. To be sure we have these little
...devils pushing back and forth on impulse issues but they rarely get involved in the big long term choices you have to make.
Maybe you've been "thinking about"....
Starting your own business...
Starting another small business....
Getting a new job...
Having an affair...
Getting a divorce...
Getting married to that very nice woman you've met...(make sure you get divorced first)
Maybe you've been trying to decide about.....Having children...
Hiring someone... or Firing someone...
Buying a new home...or that cool new car you've been eyeballing.
There are a lot of ineffective ways to make a decision and there are only a few ways to make a good or "right decision."
See this girl?
Should be a no-brainer of a decision.
But instant impulse can be deceiving. Not always...sometimes.
Today I want to pull out 1/10 of 1% of what is waiting for you in the Decision Point Course I've developed and I'd like to give it to you.
I'd like you to take a quick look at what a Good Decision is, then, I'm going to take you to the all important first step and show you just how to make the best decision possible in the least amount of time.
What is a Good Decision...what is a Bad Decision?
You see it all the time. (I do at least.)
I've only met a few people who can tell me what a good decision is,.. so let's start here. Now you will know.
A good decision has NOTHING to do with the outcome. A good decision means that given the potential discoverable information you have eliminated your
biases, feelings, preconceived notions and prejudices to make the optimal decision.
Read carefully with pen and paper in hand. This is easy and fascinating.
You have two coins in front of you and a friend. Together you fix the coins so they no longer come up heads or tails half the time.
The first coin is manipulated so it has a 60% chance of coming up heads when it is flipped.
The second coin is manipulated so it has a 40% chance of coming up heads.
You bet a friend $10 that the first coin will come up heads.
Because he's a nice guy he agrees this time.
You flip the coin.
It comes up tails.
You lose and give your friend $10.
Just for the heck of it you flip the other coin, call heads, and it also comes up tails.
He smiles as he snatches the $10.
Did you make good decisions or bad decisions?
Hopefully you said....
Turn the page to see if you made good decisions!
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