Create a Decision Board

by Michael Berry on January 15, 2015

imagesCreate a decision board! This should be a full size poster board.Take the same three parts of your life you would like to improve upon that you listed in my previous post.
As we have covered, the number of new decisions you make in these areas each day will directly impact how quickly you get new results. Any goal is easier to hit when you can see your progress. Remember the “hold your breath” example.
From top to bottom, draw two lines that will create three equal columns, similar to the prior Exercise.
Now at the top of each column, write down what you want to improve in your life as the example above.
As you make progress (any win, big or small) write it in the column underneath that part of your life. The goal is to begin a list of wins beneath each of these items, showing progress in these areas.
You will soon have a visual depiction of how you are doing in these three areas. If you are doing well in one, with many wins, concentrate on another.
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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