There are consequences that are inevitable when you don’t make a decision in time. One of the things I watch people do often is miss their deadline. Then, once they make a decision they expect everything to all of a sudden come into alignment with their late decision. However, the reason things seem “all over the place” is because you have given them no framework – mentally first – to settle into. The Bible says “as a man thinketh in his heart, so is he.” The mind/heart is the seat of creation followed by the forces which flow through your mouth. To complement that Scripture reference I would refer to “out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaks.”
As long as your mind is unmade – in those areas your conversation will be uncertain and your actions will lack certainty. The beginning of movement starts with a decision – you first have to decide that you need to and/or will move. “Your feet will never take you where your mind hasn’t gone first.”
Ask yourself: “Where is my mind?”
Once you make a decision all of your actions must line up with what you have decided. I’ve listened to many different people’s perspective on decision-making; the purpose, the art, the relevance – and it all has proven that my premise holds true for an array of people and places. I believe that decision-making is principle and paramount to success. However, I have found in life that making a decision is a challenge for many. Now, this can just be good information or it can serve as useful application to assist you in making the shift you need to make as it pertains to where you are right now in life; TODAY!
Elliot Carlyle | the brand. the voice.