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Feeling good defines correct decisions

Tags: blogs, business, decisions May 25, 2008    

I ran across an interesting blog post a while ago: The Right Decision Every Time. The post is about how to make good decisions. The post describes some points about a book called "The Right Decision Every Time: How to Reach Perfect Clarity on Tough Decisions" by Luda Kopeikina.

The basic premise is that a correct decision can be reached by focusing all resources on a certain issue until a decision is reached that you feel good about. In other words you need to go into the zone and stay there until everything becomes clear. This requires having a clear understanding of what is required, long periods of extensive focusing, emotional relaxation, and being well rested.

The two interesting aspects are that decisions cannot be called good or bad based on outcomes and that overwork leads to bad decisions.

Copyright © 2008 Borys Bradel. All rights reserved. This post is only my possibly incorrect opinion.

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