Decisions are like Jello molds. They only turn out firm when the right amount of water is added. –Roy Palm
A big decision is like a mountain built on a million small rocks. When we find ourselves stuck and feeling paralyzed about making a big decision, perhaps it is because we didn’t pay attention to how we stacked the little rocks.
We may develop the habit of being less than honest in our little decisions. Neglecting and avoiding our needs in small decisions may cause us to feel confused when we need to make big choices. Facing small choices honestly gives us a solid base and allows us to freely face the mountains in our lives. When we look at it this way, it’s easy to see how important today’s small decisions are.
Today let me make all of my decisions, big and small, honestly and courageously.
- July 26, 2012 – Today’s Gift from Hazelden (cmmacneil.wordpress.com)
- Choices (attilaovari.com)
- The Art and Science of Decision Making (caroljacoby.wordpress.com)
- Indecision:The Enemy Of Leadership (takingcommand.blogspot.com)