Tuesday, March 27, 2007

How to be decisive

Whatever the position we are at, we need to choose between alternative course of action in several times.
From my point of view being decisive is a acquired skill. few practices to build the skills are

> practice deciding for small things. by winning there, we gain more confidence and take our own time to think about things that really matters us.
> firm on choices. whether its right or not, decide and select.
> once decided, remove all possible options. thinking about "what could have been" or "what should have been" confuse the mind
>try to succeed in the decision.
>be strong and confident.


woolmer's comments in his last interview

"I try not to make too many decisions on disappointing days, you know, because those are, they tend to be negative decisions, and you can't, and disappointment, you know, means you get negative.
"When you make negative decisions about your future, I don't think it's very good."

I really admire those sentences. I spent few mins thinking about the woolmer's view. Its kindaaa suggestion. my mind conjured with many of my past moments.

On a disappointing day, rather than taking a quick decision it would be better to work on something which will ameliorate our confidence.


Rajesh Kumar Sitaraman said...

Nice post.
Good Work, welcome to blogger world.

Anonymous said...

way to go man.. keep blogging.. write a lengthier post the next time around :) cheers!!