The number one reason that people make bad decisions is because of fear. And many times, fear comes from a lack of preparation. So, how can individuals prepare to make better decisions? It begins with three things.
I often talk about the importance of making better decisions, and the impact that decisions have on your life, but I don’t often communicate the importance of quickly making better decisions. Ths isn’t meant to rush you along in your decision making, but it is to help you realize that there will be times that quickly making decisions is required of you as a leader. There will be many situations where a quick answer is not only beneficial to you and a specific situation, but is necessary due to the rapid pace in which this world moves.
This being said, here are three reasons why you must become better at quickly making better decisions:
We’ve all made decisions that we wish we could take back. In fact, as soon as I said that, you were most likely able to think of a decision that was the 22nd best choice available to you in that moment, yet you still chose it. Making bad decisions will happen, but the important part is to learn from them and begin making better decisions in the future. But, how?
Here are four ways to begin making better decisions, right now: