Are you good at paying attention to details? Do you recognize the little things that maybe others overlook? Do you feel you are quick to make impromptu decisions? Are you good at waiting for things? These are important questions to consider as we take a moment to discuss, “Making Quick Decisions.”
I must admit it is not always easy when you must make some very important quick decisions. However, we are living in times where it may be necessary to do so more often. Over-all decision making can be difficult, but it can be more trying when you have to do so quickly.
Oftentimes, the fear of making the wrong decision can leave you frozen in that moment. Suddenly, you may reflect on a past decision/s which lead you to not so great results, so you fear the same outcome. You begin to wonder, ‘should you take that step of faith?’ These are real life challenges that we must acknowledge to overcome them.
First, consider what you are about to do with this question: Is this a rash decision? In other words, am I not thinking this decision all the way through? Am I being foolish in this decision? Am I being cohered by the influence of others or things?
THINGS TO CONSIDER WHEN MAKING QUICK DECISIONS:
1 – Analyze without overthinking
2 – Trust your gut-feeling
3 – Use the process of elimination
4 – Reflect on the information you already have
5 – Consider comparing the past experiences and outcomes
6 – Look for other opinions and resources to make comparisions
7 – Commit to the decision you make
Consider this for a moment; will you be happy with your decision in 10 minutes, 10 months and/or even 10 years? Remember if you can learn to be good at making quick decisions without over thinking, you will be able to focus more on the bigger decisions.
Discern the results and recognize the possibilities of the choices you are making. Claim responsibility for the decisions you make and pay attention to the outcomes in which you can keep learning from with each deciding moment. Bear in mind, not everyone will always like the decisions you make, and you must be ok with that. Nevertheless, these decisions are yours to make, so it’s also important to consider anyone who you can learn from as well.
There are many times we will find ourselves in a place of making some quick decisions. Make sure you are decisive and not over analyzing. Learn from your mistakes and remember you will not always make everyone happy in the decisions you make. Accept the choices you make.
I have learned from a variety of decisions in my life. From relationships, workplaces and even paying attention to what my belly might be intolerant to. Yes, some of my decisions may have become larger but I remember when I had to make quick decisions in order to have better results. Every little thing matters and impacts the bigger picture for sure.
Thank you for taking moments with me as we discussed, ‘Making Quick Decisions.” Please let me know what quick decisions have you made? How have these impacted your life? Do you feel you have learned from them? Are you a rash person? Are you indecisive? Do you become anxious and stressed out by these times? When we are honest, we can then learn how to become better. I look forward to hearing from you. Let’s continue to take moments together.
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