Decision Making, Like A Boss
Learning from past experiences is one of the best practices a person can do and if we learn by writing a note, journal or a book it will give best results in future. Seems complicated? Let me explain when taking a decision or creating an idea your first preference should be writing all the stuff you did, or you are going to do in the form of a journal. Make it a habit. It is also best practice to know yourself. For some people, it is kind of boring thing but trust me when you own this habit you are going to make fewer mistakes. When you look for a specialist, and you admire him for his work, for sure, he has gone through this practice because it is surely a good way to improve mistakes.
On the other hand, your every decision or work needs its description no matter what kind of work it may be. Time can never be repeated such intelligent people surely make a journal for whatever they have done or going to do. It is a very deliberate practice for perfection seekers. Obviously, you can never undo a decision that you have already made, but you can surely learn from it. And for learning, only recalling old memories won’t appropriate. While making a decision or work, many questions surround us just like, is it a right choice? Will it make sense? Appropriate time? And much more. Your decision must justify these issues. And don’t forget to put these questions on your checklist, so that for any other future decision it would help you.
An immediate decision can often cause some lose. We hardly heard from our surroundings that any who made a quick decision and it worked out significantly. So take a long breath before making a decision. Think, think and think again before making any decision. Adopting this habit from an early age would even more beneficial. Writing your experience is the best practice one can choose, and some people just love to write whatever they observe. This trend is declining these days, and we need to readopt this practice because of its tremendous benefits. When you cross-check your old notepad, there are several moments and tips from your near past that will click your mind, and that could be beneficial too for further work in future. It is a precious tool, and the years you pass not journaling can never be recaptured through imperfect memory.
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