If we were to break down our day into pieces, we would see that it is comprised of hundreds, perhaps even thousands of decisions. What time should I wake up? Do I hit the snooze button? Do I wake up early today to work out? Should I really devote 100% of energy and effort to what I am currently doing? We are all confronted every single day with a litany of decisions and as long as we are making good decisions about what we are doing, it seems to be a logical assumption that we are doing things the best way.
However, in order to make the most progress in life, we have to push beyond just making good decisions and make certain we are always making the best decision. The difference between good decisions and the best decision is often times subtle, but the positive impact that making the best decision can have on our lives makes clearly understanding the distinction extremely important.he majority of us fall into the category where we are making good decisions about our life and what we are doing a large percentage of the time. We are thoughtful, diligent, dedicated to our work or professions, and considerate. We may make mistakes here and there, but overall we are a good person. People tend to like us and things are slowly but surely progressing in our lives and falling into place. Honestly, this is not a bad category to fall into. There are a lot of really good people who fit this description and they are all in general moving in the right direction in life…slowly, but surely.
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