People are habit-animals!
There more often we do it, the better we get. Opposite: the longer we don´t do it, the less we remember how it works. We lose our confidence, as a result.
Soon it´s Christmas and you know what? We will make a couple of decisions for Christmas! Starting with a certain budget for buying gifts for the family and friends to turn them happy, followed of deciding of where and what to eat, and with whom we´re going to share those moments.
We will have to decide about 3 things: a budget for gifts (1), the place or location where we´ll spend X-mas (2) and with whom we want to meet (3).
A typical decider is characterized by the one who starts with a suggestion!
It´s the person who gives the first impulse to plan something together. It´s like opening a discussion for other people who can attend in case of their interest. Is that you – this year? Did you think about whom to ask this year? Who collects the lists with the Christmas wishes from the kids? Are you organized for making those decisions?
Christmas is about the more relaxing moments and the decisions which are about happy moments! Some of you will have to travel while others have to prepare the meal and offer space for visitors. The criteria for such decisions are up to what you prefer to do during the holidays – be on the road or be at home and cook like hell? What makes you more happy? Who has the space for a group of people?
Here´s one important thing – Christmas decisions are about happiness! Let me suggest something right here for you: make this a rule and everyone will pretty much enjoy the holidays!
(Hey, there´s no guarantee due to the conversations which will pop-up!) Maybe you have a list of topics you plan to activate during the holidays? At least, as a decider you´ll hold the aces with this plan!!!
BE A DECISION MAKER. BE OUTSTANDING.
rita jaskolla – Leadership Architect