Our decisions define who we are, communicate our values to the world, and frame our future opportunities.
We make thousands of decisions a day, some we recognize, and many we make unconsciously at lightning speed. They could be conscious or subconscious, intuitive or carefully analyzed. Each is an individual commitment, framed by our beliefs and biases. Each is part of a web of larger and smaller decisions. Each interacts, influences, supports, or diminishes the outcome of one another.
Great decision-makers are like athletes, striving for the best possible performance. Like any great athlete, they train to identify their unique strengths and compensate for their weaknesses. They practice to maintain and enhance the quality of their thinking so they can make the best decisions fast, now and any time in the future.