The Power of Choice | Lubna Najjar

February 14, 2015 8:17 PM

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The Power of Choice | Lubna Najjar

The average working adult makes about 12 decisions before the 9:00 am hour. Obviously, this number varies on an individual basis, but a study by one of my Alma Maters, Cornell University, states that an adult makes about 70+- decisions a day. Once one opens his/her eyes, the 1st decisions made are; to snooze or not to snooze, what side of the bed to roll off of, what will I wear today, and maybe, will I go to work? It's part of our natural human behavior to make conscious and subconscious decisions on a daily basis. Some of which have short term effects and others with long term outcomes; should I stay in this job, this relationship, this geography? Well what if I told you there was a better way to make decisions in your daily life with a simple formula? Not necessarily preventing you from making mistakes but mostly, to not regret the mistakes you make. Interested?

Often times, we wish that someone would make life choices for us but they are just 'too hard' or 'too heavy' and we fear the future sentiment of regret. And so, we choose not to choose sometimes. When we have less choices, we are compelled to make a decision a bit quicker than having too many to han...

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