How to make the right decision quickly
Should I quit my job and start my own business? Shouldn’t I have a breakup with my girlfriend? Am I Choosing the Right Career for Me? Don’t worry friends, the solution to life’s problems has come to you today with the answers to all these questions. It all depends on whether we are making the right decision at the right time. And in fact, more than 90% of us don’t know how to make the right decision, let’s see how we make the decision. When choosing a career, many take the opinion of their parents’ relatives. But before taking their opinion, they think about whether they are experts at all. Many people ask their friends for their opinions on relationships. From friends who have broken up seven times. The cheapest thing in the world is opinion. Almost everyone has a huge stock of opinions. If anyone wants to get someone’s opinion, everyone is always ready to give their opinion for free. If you ask a lot of people for their opinion before making a decision, you will find yourself in confusion. As a result, you cannot succeed in any endeavor. Although many do it, it should not be done at all. So now I will share with you three simple steps that are very easy to remember. And by using those you can easily make the right decision in life.
But before that, I would like to share with you a famous quote from Ratan Tata:
“I do not believe in making decisions, I make decisions first, and then I make the right ones.”
So the steps I am going to share in this article will teach you how to apply Ratan Tata’s quote in real life.
1. Choose the right thing:
When you are confused about any two things and want to know which one is right. Then you should first ask yourself which one is right for you. Maybe that’s not right for others. But you have to choose which is right for you. For 50 years, you don’t like to do anything from nine in the morning to five in the afternoon. Or do something else that you enjoy doing. So you have an interest in it. If that thing gives you a negative answer to this question. But leave that job at that time. Don’t waste your life accepting someone else’s opinion. And if that thing gives a positive answer. But don’t stop and move forward.
2. Create a deadly combination:
A deadly combination is created when your mind and intellect together start supporting you in any task. Suppose your parents want you to be a doctor, but you want to be a photographer. And just like I said step.1 you saw yourself questioning. That photography is giving you a positive answer. But if you choose photography as a career, you are worried about whether you will get financial success in this field at all. This fear is created inside you because you do not know the facts and do not have knowledge. There are already thousands of photographers in this world whose financial condition is 100 times better than that of any doctor. So, to overcome this fear you just have to believe in facts. You have to learn more. You need to recharge what is the scope of this field. How much skill do you have? And yes, free opinions should be avoided. Then there will come a time when your mind and intellect will start supporting you together. Then you just have to be patient.
3. Take decision quickly but name changes slowly:
Whenever a deadly combination is created, you decide, let’s start working with him. But since none of us can see the future, there is no guarantee that even if a deadly combination is made, the decision will be 100% correct. You may be 1% wrong to make me a decision. Slowly change the key to 1% of your decision. And change it to the right decision. This means that if you have decided to become a life photographer, it has been a long time but you are still not getting proper success, then try fashion photography or any other type of photography. But do something that has to do with photography. The idea is that if you forget all your promises and decisions and give up a job completed in the middle, then what is the guarantee that you will not give up anything else in the future. I learned these things from Chapter Eight of Napoleon’s book Think and Grow Rich. If you like the article, be sure to clap and share it with your friends.