A whole year filled with decision making blog-posts walks towards the end!
My dear blog-post readers,
I can´t believe this year is almost over – on Tuesday the calendar writes the 1st. of December 2015. For you, I gathered topics like….
- The 8 Components of Decision Making: 8 components
- The Best or Nothing: The Best
- The Attractive Decision: Attractive Decision
- Pure Allurement: Allurement
- Abundance asks for Sorting!: Abundance
- Criteria: Criteria
…..in the almost past year and I added other decision topics of which I thought are important for you:
Risk, the Status Quo trap, Decision Roles and details about The 5 Decider Types.
Still, it´s the individual importance and the personal meaning which will drive you towards a detailed decision process – or not.
Within the next weeks you will have to make a couple of Christmas decisions: did you buy the right X-mas gifts for your loved ones? Will you travel to see the family? Did you invite your family to come to your home? Until which day will you work this year? …. any vacation planned?
Our personal decision making is ruled by our personal values:
- true lies
The drive for action, even around X-mas, is the strength which turns us on and keeps us going towards the goal. It might feel as something we automatically do. Do you agree on it?
It´s different when it comes to rational decision making on a personal basis, which is (mainly) ruled by the time it takes to reach a goal and/or the budget we need or have. The budget rules about how “fast” we can move on!
Money is a true “speed factor” when it comes to decision making! The higher the available budget the further we can probably go or move (towards the goal), if we can buy the goal. If we have to educate to reach the final goal we need to add time and money.
Please, let me know what else is important for you to know in terms of making informed and prepared decisions! I am honored to write for you in 2016 if you´re one of the responsible people who go for what they plan and do!
Thank you for your comments …. …. ….
BE A DECISION MAKER. BECOME OUTSTANDING.
rita jaskolla – Leadership Architect –