Why Decisions Fail

by Michael Berry on June 2, 2016

 One of the primary reasons why decisions fail is unclear priorities. There is an interesting and self-deceptive cycle that develops when your priorities aren’t clear that actually inhibits your ability to create what you want. Let’s take a look at how this manifests itself.
The work it takes to create the life you desire is, many times, much less exciting than other things a person could be spending their time doing. This, of course, is a decision that is made. When one spends his time doing things that are fun and in the moment, these things do not build the kind of life this person wants, so the results are obviously not in line with their long-term desires. Moreover, this person will be consistently looking to escape their life by doing things that are fun, in the moment! This cycle can continue for an entire lifetime if not recognized.
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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