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With Daniel Darling On this episode of The Way Home podcast, Preston Poore, a long-time Fortune 500…
“The integrity of the upright guides them, but the unfaithful are destroyed by their duplicity.” —Proverbs 11:3…
The goal of improving decision quality is about reducing uncertainty and increasing the probability of positive results, not guaranteeing them.
Decision barriers impact your ability to make sound choices. Don’t be like Moses when he struck the rock out of frustration and anger. Exercise self-control, temper reactions, mitigate personal bias, don’t get stuck in analysis, and slow down. If you do, you’ll overcome the impediments and make sound decisions.
God-given discernment will help you go deep below the surface of an issue or problem to see the motives, causes, and agendas.
Nobel Prize-winning physicist Albert Einstein, one of the best thinkers who ever lived, asserted, “Thinking is hard work; that’s why so few do it.” I assert that not only do so few do it, but they also don’t know how to do it.