Effective Decisions Increase Your Knowledge!

by Michael Berry on September 30, 2014

As you involve yourself in the observation and fact gathering stages of making a decision, you will be gaining new information. You will become a sponge, absorbing new data to help you create a visual picture of what you Know For Yourself.
This can be an exciting and fun part of the decision-making process as it leads you into new areas of information. It can open new worlds that are relevant to the future you are creating.When you decide, you are presented with new opportunities. You also run into challenges, obstacles and opposition. To get through this process most effectively, it is best that you Know For Yourself.
This entails finding and verifying your own knowledge on the subject. In turn, this knowledge and competency help you solve problems that may otherwise remain confusing.There is a fantastic by-product of this process: the quest for this new knowledge also educates you on surrounding topics of interest. You are learning about what you want to create in your life. In this way, you not only learn more overall but you are self-educating on topics directly related to creating the future you want. You are spending more time thinking about things you want to create. It is like spending time learning about the art of creating sweets when you want to make candy for a living; learning this information is a joy!

Personal development is our business and our life.
Michael Berry
In personal development we learn that “we all see and experience the world not as it is, but as we are”.


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