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Why

Decision-Making today builds on research showing that decisions fail half of the time. In business, the top casualties of a poor decision-making process are reputation, long-term growth, employee morale, productivity, revenue and profitability. Our goal is to promote more effective, ethical decision making.

Think Positive

Think PositiveThink positive, because when you are feeling down is not the best time to make decisions. It is very hard to develop positive options when your attitude is negative, so if you must make a decision, it only makes sense to turn your attitude to positive first. The following is helpful to me and may be beneficial to you if you are in a similar situation.

When we think: “It’s impossible.”

Remember: “All things are possible.” (Luke 18:27)

When we think: “I’m too tired.”

Remember: “I will give you rest.” (Matt 11:28-30)

When we think: “Nobody really loves me.”

Remember: “I love you.” (John 3:16, John 13:34)

When we think: “I can’t go on.”

Remember: “My grace is sufficient.” (II for. 12:9, Psalm 91:15)

When we think: “I can’t figure things out.”

Remember: I will direct your steps.” (Proverbs 3:5-6)

When we think: “I can’t do it.”

Remember: “You can do all things through Christ who strengthens you.” (Phil 4:13)

When we think: “It’s not worth it.”

Remember: “It will be worth it.” (Romans 8:28)

When we think: “I can’t forgive myself.”

Remember: “I forgive you.” (I John 1:9, Romans 8:1)

When we thing: “I can’t manage.”

Remember: “I will supply all your needs.” (Phil 4:19)

When we think: “I am afraid.”

Remember: “I have not given you the spirit of fear.” (II Tim. 1:7)

When we think: “I’m always worried and frustrated.”

Remember: “Cast all your cares on ME.” (I Peter 5:7)

When we think: “I don’t have enough faith.”

Remember: ” I’ve given everyone a measure of faith.” (Romans 12:3)

When we think: “I’m not smart enough.”

Remember: “I give you wisdom.” (I Cor. 1:30)

When we think: “I feel all alone.”

Remember: “I will never leave you or forsake you.” (Heb. 13:5)

If you think positive, in your personal decision making and in making business decisions, you chances for a better outcome increases.

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