Making decisions that are challenging, significant, simple, uncomplicated, naive, or stressful is challenging. My personal experience has taught me that achievement cannot occur without failure. My goal has always been to learn from every error, and this has been the case since the start of my professional career. I’ve made certain decisions that have led me to where I am now.
In an ever-changing landscape, we are often called upon to approach any beacon of guidance and self-awareness. The one who might illuminate the right paths that will lead us to where we want to go. We must therefore make difficult or compelled decisions and decisions. Some people like to put things off because they believe that if you do, they won’t come or happen. Making tough choices has maybe evolved into a form of art that can be instantaneous, private, or routine.
Life itself frequently forces us into a game of choices, dilemmas, and decisions that call for more than a coin toss, that is, a hurried and frequently random conclusion. Our choices and decisions influence how we behave, set our direction, and shape who we are. The toughest choices don’t always turn out badly, but they do have consequences. We can make errors and regrettable statements, leading to worse-than-optimal outcomes. This is how the Earth rotates, and this is how evolution occurs. If something goes wrong, you can use the insightful lessons learned as a benchmark for the future. I believe that endoscopy is a key component of the skill of making difficult decisions. (In the field of psychology, endoscopy is the process that is referred to as introspection. That is, he questions himself in order to learn more about himself).
Beyond having a clear knowledge of our values, aspirations, and long-term objectives, we must always ask ourselves what we stand for and what we hope to accomplish. If we receive an answer, we are awarded a single compass for the journey.
Georgios Ardavanis – 07/10/2023