Have you ever been stumped on a choice that seemed simple yet hard at the same time. Don't worry I'm not going to briefly talk today about being indecisive but rather pulling the trigger. No I am not talking about a trigger of a gun but a figurative trigger (making the important decision). Do not worry I still struggle pulling the trigger to this day, however you might learn a thing or two.
Decision making is a quality that can be found not only in leaders but in every single one of us. Not all decisions are big but they all are important. Yes even ordering bacon on that cheeseburger for lunch today is an important decision. For many employees their decisions are often made by management, whether it is when they can take a vacation to what their job entails. Since that is the case most of us are not used to making decisions for ourselves. Have you ever had a day off from work and have done nothing productive with the day and wonder where the day went. Decision making is something that we must all learn to do if we want to have full control of our lives.
If we are unable to make decisions for ourselves we are relinquishing our free will. Back in 1955 a woman made a decision to not give up her seat on a bus. That simple decision started a movement that would later change the world, all because Rosa Parks pulled the trigger. When we start paying attention to the actual decisions that we are making and making sure we are taking full advantage of it we will begin to evolve. No we are not turning into some swamp monster but we are actually making our mindsets evolve. Our mindsets are being changed from a simple worker bee to a super computer. Computers are not told what is or isn't logical they just take pieces of information and provide a solution.
Pulling the trigger is not a simple task, it requires weighing the pros against the cons. Even after comparing the pros and cons the only way to know if you can pull the trigger is if you are able to follow through with the decision. Just because a simple yes could make you wealthy, if it goes against your moral code is it really worth doing? Like I said sometimes the easiest decision is often the hardest decision. So go out their and try to make your own decision instead of having someone make them for you.
Keep pulling that trigger,