Decision Making in Life

Decision Making in Life

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  • Date Submitted: 03/13/2011 3:48 AM
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Thokzin Jobe

Only a thinking mind has the capability of making a decision that changes a person’s life at an accelerated speed, like night and day. The way we are raised, the environment and circumstances we grow under has everything to do with the way masses of people around the world make their decisions. As a result the lives of most people are the exact replica of the conditions they were exposed to in their up-bringing. In short, our conditioning (Paradigms) as human beings dictates exactly where and how our lives are going to turn up.

Jim Ron said, “OPPOSITES ARE IN CONFLICT AND WE ARE CAUGHT IN THE MIDDLE.” This means that in everything we do in life we constantly have to make decisions about which side of the opposites to choose. Change is inevitable, our decision-making ability dictates which side of change we fall on. Whether we fall on the negative or on the positive side of change depends entirely on the accuracy and seriousness of the decisions we make in our lives. It controls whether we fall on the negative or positive side of the opposites.

A decision is a mental move that has brought this planet to where it is today in all aspects of life. The ability to make a life-changing decision requires a strong, disciplined and persistent mental attitude. This means that one has to first think about the decision really hard, have the discipline to block out everything that might threaten that decision’s existence and then have the persistence to stick to the decision until it produces the required results.

Making a Definite Committed Decision (DCD) means that the person who has made that particular decision must get up and put his/her plans of achieving their objectives immediately, not later that day or the next day or next year. IMMEDIATELY! That is the difference between success and failure. Successful people put their decisions into action immediately, in other words they make DCDs, and failures’ decisions never see the light of...

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