Each and every day we are faced with the option to make a decision. The way I see it, we have three choices when making a decision.
A bad decision
A good decision
A great decision
When we’re making these decisions it’s usually pretty easy to identify which one is the “bad” decision.
However, when you get into the nitty-gritty of making a good decision or a great decision, that’s where it’s gets challenging.
You see, most decisions that aren’t a bad decision will be a good decision. It gets tricky when you want to make a great decision.
It’s like this, a good decision is not eating brownies for breakfast. A great decision is eating something like eggs and bacon for breakfast.
You see, when I have free time it goes like this, a good decision is working out, reading a book, practicing photography, baking a gluten-free treat, etc. A great decision is more directly related to my goals and those can change as time changes. We have to assess great decisions every time we have the opportunity to make them.
Great decisions aren’t a habit. They take conscious effort to choose the thing that will make a greater impact.
So, here’s another year of being aware of my decisions, the good, the bad, and the great.