Situations that require decisive action stress us out. Most of the time we react rather than act. When many reactions are possible, we balk.
When we have to be proactive rather than reactive, we seek assurance that our decision is a good one. So we ask ourselves questions, then choose what seems to be the best answer and act on it.What happens if our best answer isn’t a very good one?All too often, we’re acting on our best answer but our best answer is, frankly, awful.This matters because our answers determine the quality and effectiveness of our actions.
Of course, they’re not the only factor: how well we execute also matters. But poor answers, even when executed well, still give terrible results.When things don’t work out the way we want,.Read more on positivelypositive.com