In my new video clip “3 Methods as a Module” VIDEO you receive an important message from me:
to make smart and successful decisions you can use 3 Methods: the Factual Image Description + Learning + Decision Making.
LEARNING helps you fill the gap, when you lack some important information. It´s part of your Information Management. It´s no guarantee but it supports understanding WHERE you are, WHAT you are and WHO you are – whatever needs to be clear for your decision. You need a clear understanding when it comes to taking the consequences of your choice. Walking the consequences, often for months and years, brings you towards your goal and destination.
This is where the proverb “the journey is the reward” comes from!
BTW, in Germany we say: the path/route is the destination.
Learning shall cover the missing aspects of your alternatives. Almost everyone of us was confronted with learning at school. We started with the A, B, C and then we started reading words and sentences. We started with learning the basics to understand a language. Finally we were able to read properly.
Follow this RULE
It is the beeline (shortish) and that means you can safe some precious time here. When it comes to learning something new to cover the lack of information, go for the basics! Start with the A, B, C of the topic, where things come from. Find and start with understanding the origin – it helps you speeding forward to the spot where you are missing something. Information has to make sense!
LEARNING can be so much fun!
UNDERSTANDING will be so much fun!
KNOWING is Gold.
Knowing is no guarantee for successful decision making. Knowing helps you forgiving yourself or others when it comes to making a wrong choice, a choice which didn´t bring you forward, nor towards the goal you were aiming at or at solving the problem quickly. Sometimes you need to decide again, and again to find the process, the path….. Knowing eases you off.
Which book did you read lately? So, what did you learn?
BE A DECISION MAKER. BECOME OUTSTANDING.
rita jaskolla – Leadership Architect