There is no doubt that all of us need to make decisions in many situations. Depending on the gravity of these situations we make either quick decisions or deliberate ones. However, sometimes we must make fast decisions and most of time they are right. But occasionally, we need to take time to think before building any thought about things that may affect our remaining life. Thus, making quick decisions are not always wrong.
Many decisions in daily life, we really do not need to think extensively about them. This would have to be one of the hardest decisions I have ever made. I would explain to Pastor Henry why I am going to accept the job offer with Sony Records of Japan. I have just finished business school and received the offer of a lifetime. This is what I have been waiting for, this is my dream. I am in need of the money, and even though they support what I disagree with, they agreed to pay me $90,000 per year with a $5,000 signing bonus. I support and agree with Pastor Henry all the way, but this job offer will help me get to where I need to be in life. Whoever said I cannot work and still attend church and bible study daily?
In contrast, building a quick decision in this situation may make me regret what I did for the rest of my life. Even though I have joined a church and rededicated my life, I had no idea that they were against Sony records of Japan beforehand. I have worked hard in the School of Business and to receive this offer I feel blessed. Also, I have waited four long months, and countless interviews because Sony records of Japan seem to take forever with the process.
Accepting the position didn’t mean that I didn’t support or love Pastor Henry. I will still attend every service and try to change things around at Sony Records of Japan for the better. This job will help me get on my feet. I will be the best I can be. This job will not change who I am, and I will not forget who helped me and stayed by my side. I value the time I spend with my...