Depending on our ethics, rules, morals and laws, there are such things as ‘wrong decisions’.
But with our day-to-day decisions, we could begin to see them as always being ‘right’.
Allow me to explain.
We can make a decision and succeed. We’re happy with our decision-making.
Or we make a decision and it doesn’t go to plan. We can see that as a ‘failure’ or a chance to learn, whatever the outcome.
(Or we make an illegal and immoral decision and end up on the wrong side of the law!).
Once we begin to see our decisions as opportunities, we will start to see how liberating they can be, rather than fear-inducing.
What are some of the ‘best decisions you’ve made?
What are some of the ‘worst’ ones?