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Make Your Decision

Postby skyjoe76 » Fri Jan 30, 2009 3:04 am

Make a decision of who you want to become.

This is a powerful process as your life will start to shift once you made that decision. Say you decide you want to be healthy person. The day you decided on that, your diet will change, you will start exercise etc.

I decided to be a very rich by inspiring others to excel. My life seems to flow with ease. I no longer struggle to wake up in the morning or struggle with procrastination. I just wake up or do the things that needed to be done. Fear or no fear, I'm on stage to share.

Making that important decision allow me to grow. I hope you can also make that decision today. Take sometime to think about who you want to become.
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Postby Al Smith » Fri Feb 06, 2009 7:18 pm

Great post Joe.

Decision And Commitment happen to be key characteristics of successful people.

Weak decision making is one of the most common reasons for failure.

As you say . . . DECIDE to become who you want and then move towards being that person right now.

Act how that person would act, starting today and soon you will not be acting any more, you will be that person.

More success to you Joe. Keep us posted.

(Great articles on your blog by the way.)

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Postby skyjoe76 » Fri Feb 06, 2009 9:52 pm

Hi Al,

Thank you so much.

Amazing things happened when we are are so clear in making any decision.

Recently, some incident happened, suddenly I became so clear with the kind of car I want to drive. I was so clear that BMW is my kind of car. I decide that I'm going to own one. Maybe not now yet, but I will.

Spooky thing is my friend called to say he's selling his BMW. He's willing to let go at a undervalue price.

I'm scared by law of attraction.
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Postby shortstack » Sat Feb 07, 2009 10:23 am

Wow, really I needed to read this post. It's a great reminder for me to affirm and become the person I aspire to be. Adding heaping doses of gratitude is the other key, I have found.

They call it "Having an attitude of gratitude"

Thank you!!
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Postby Juliawilliams » Wed Feb 11, 2009 1:33 am

Good post, i think number of people who failed in life is just because they don't decide what to do and what to schieve and after making a decision they didn't remain committed to it so only making a decision is not important, the most important part is to remain committed to it
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Postby Juliusanderson » Tue Apr 07, 2009 4:52 am

Decision making can be regarded as an outcome of mental processes (cognitive process) leading to the selection of a course of action among several alternatives. Every decision making process produces a final choice. The output can be an action or an opinion of choice.

Some of the decision making techniques that we use in everyday life include:

* listing the advantages and disadvantages of each option
* flipping a coin, cutting a deck of playing cards, and other random or coincidence methods
* accepting the first option that seems like it might achieve the desired result
* prayer, tarot cards, astrology, augurs, revelation, or other forms of divination
* acquiesce to a person in authority or an "expert"
* choosing the alternative with the highest probability-weighted utility for each alternative
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