Difficult decisions are always taken in the highest boiling pressure. Courageous decisions too are always taken in the highest boiling pressure !!
Point is will “you” be able to make a difficult decision in 2023 ?
Can you become that “decision maker” in 2023? Can you develop that kind of personality?
“Why Not ?“- Asks Hirav Shah, Popular Business Enhancement Expert Who Has Been Behind The Success Of Innumerable Brands Globally. So,How to be good decision-making person, How to develop a better personality. Do not get upset or give up if you face anything upsetting in your life. Developing a better decision-making personality is not a one-day activity. It takes time depending on our commitment, and most importantly is to take the first step out.
On that note, Hirav Shah shares how to make a difficult decision in 2023, the year which has already started on a scary note…
1. Beat That Damn Fear
Firstly, recognise any fear you have related to the decision. Fear of failure, of what others think, of hardship.
When we make decisions based on fear, we always overcompensate or under compensate, leading us to experience the very thing we were afraid of in the first place.
Nowadays the downside for most actions is negligible, but our instincts are 40,000 years behind. So fight hard to identify and “Beat” your fear.
Secondly, make sure you have enough information but not too much. Try to aim for between 40%—70% of the information you need to make a decision.
Too little and you don’t know what you’re doing. But crucially—and often overlooked—too much and you’re wasting time and someone else may beat you to it. Paralysis is a decision too, albeit an awful one.
3. Trust Your Intuition
Thirdly, once you’ve thought it out – trust your gut. If you’re not sure, find a coin and assign heads to one option, and tails to another. Flip the coin.
Now, how do you feel about the choice that was made? Whether you feel relieved or horrified will tell you what your instincts know.
Finally, do it. Most people fail at this step; don’t be one of them. Please !!
Understand, the mind will present you with a thousand wrong and correct facts and logical reasoning. And magically, all seem correct! But you can’t travel on two trains at the same time, right? You have to pick one!
And that picking will be done by your intuition, your gut feeling, or whatever you call it. It’ll tell you. Just listen to it. No matter what, it’ll lean onto one. Just hop on it!
4. Reflect & Evolve
View your tough choice decisions as a good thing that forces you to reflect deeply on what matters to you. So make the most of the experience by reflecting deeply on what you want and why.
That will help you learn more about yourself as well as answer the question. Most tough choice decisions force you to choose one thing or another. View making this tough choice as a puzzle to see how to get as much of both of these you can get as possible.
Most importantly, triangulate well with people who are smart, care about you, have similar preferences as you and/or ideally who have faced similar tough choices themselves.
Remember that whatever tough choice you have other wise people have faced before, so don’t be stuck trying to make it alone in your own head.
Stop Calling Them Difficult. Yes, first of all, stop calling them “tough”. By labeling it as such, you are already limiting the options that are available to you. Just treat them as another situation that has been presented to you.