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Sitting on the Fence With a Big Decision? Decision Making Made Smarter Makes You Leap.
September 30, 2018
What if you could achieve that level of clarity in thinking and decide faster? How would it feel spending quality time with your friends and family by making effective decisions in lesser time?
Decisions are not easy. If they were, we would all be making better decisions and more of them regardless the outcome. This is why Som Bathla, an avid researcher has come out with his book DECISION MAKING MADE SMARTER – with the sole objective of helping readers to make smarter decisions.
So, why are decisions so hard? How come we could tale weeks or months to decide something when someone else can do it in a moment? You'll find the answers here in "Decision Making Made Smarter." The book takes an altruistic and practical approach to the one skill that stumps many. What we learn is that decision making is a habit and the more you do it mixed in with confidence and letting go of uncertainty, you will [and can] make better decisions that move the needle in your personal and business life.
In this book there is a compilation of the best strategies and advice on making decisions I have come across. What we can learn is:
+How to make your decisions autopilot- by harnessing the power of basal ganglia, your mind’s hidden powerful tool.
+How you can use ‘ooching’ to test your decision instead of just relying on predictions.
+How this 4-step decision making model can help you make holistic decisions in any situation.
+How multi-tracking of different alternatives helps you make better decision.
+Understand your hidden mental traps in decision making and how they lead to bad decisions
+Understand the common struggles people face in decision making and what to do about it.
+Understand 4 different types of decisions makers and assess where do you see yourself?
The book is an easy ready but more importantly, it is useful and practical enough that you will start to see positive results right away just by taking action, regardless if the outcome is what you wanted.
As the author states: "Whether you are a student, career enthusiast, professional, entrepreneur or stay at home parent, if you want to transform your life, you need to make quality decisions."
A definite good read and recommended book.