Tick Tock

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Decision-making need not be left to “I can’t decide,” “Whatever happens, happens,” or “Let’s flip a coin.”

Here are six tips for making a decision when you’re stuck:

1. Break the problem or decision into smaller pieces.

2. Gather the information you need.

3. Move off dead centre to get a different perspective.

4. Try God — God’s always there!

5. Let go and learn.

6. Don’t dwell in the past. If decision-making is a difficult task for you at this point in your life, put a message like “You’re a Good Person! You can Make Good Decisions!” somewhere that you’ll see every day. Read it! Believe it! Trust yourself and go forward.

Adapted from: http://www.heraldmalaysia.com/