How To Make {Smart} Decisions

Posted on: January 20, 2014 Category: Smart Business Tips | 3 Comments

I’ve been extra drawn to reading and learning the ways of successful people lately.

I truly believe that if you desire to be successful / healthy / _____, then learn from someone you admire, who exudes that, and allow yourself to receive help & guidance.

For instance, I work with coaches who inspire me, and who I desire to learn from – those who are modelling and living what I desire to create and what I’m continually mastery and moving towards!

While I was immersing myself in one successful woman’s biography the other day, one of the many things that caught my eye was when she wrote:

“I aim to make 20 smart decisions a day… and no bad ones.”

Whoa.

I got into creative mode and started thinking – “How can I implement this in my daily life?”

Ask and you shall receive – later that day I got the download on the system I’ve always made my decisions using, one that I’ve refined over time and after some not-so-great decisions.

I’m sharing my personal process in this week’s video, below!


In the comments below: What smart decisions will you make moving forward?

How do you ensure you make smart choices?

Love,
Jia Ni

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  1. I think you should add that this is how to make smart decisions *that feel GOOD*. A year ago, making "20 smart decisions a day" is an idea that would have induced anxiety in me. I felt I had to leverage all of my time, that if I wasn't maximizing return-on-investment on everything and getting the "absolute most" out of every experience (by force), then I was cheating myself. At the time, the people around me were the same way, they would happily wag their finger in my face and say, "Oh, you shouldn't have done that . . . " — those people are mostly gone from my life now. Being that stiff is no fun! This is a way better barometer for making decisions and for being true to yourself. I love it!

  2. Thank you Julia! So lovely to have you here – I'm also always careful and aware of the 'should, could, would' trap too because it's conditioning surfacing when we get into that (unconscious) language! ;)

  3. Thank you Julia! So lovely to have you here – I'm also always careful and aware of the 'should, could, would' trap too because it's conditioning surfacing when we get into that (unconscious) language! ;)

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