Day 6 – Making TO vs FROM decisions

Oct 10, 2016

21 Days of Leadership

All decisions are either moving you towards what you want
taking you away from what you don’t want.

A TO decision will often feel uncomfortable in the moment, but it will have a longer term payoff.

For example, you decide to hire someone for your business. It’s scary to invest that money in the moment but you do it because you know that in order to get to the next level you have to get stuff off your plate.

Spending that extra money in the moment is uncomfortable, but the long term payoff is worth it.

A FROM decision will feel better in the moment, but it doesn’t necessarily support your long term vision and goals.

Take the same example from above – instead of investing in additional help you decide to keep doing it on your own.

This may feel much better in the moment but the long term effects may be undesirable. Yes, you’ve relieved the pressure/fear for now but a year down the road you may be stuck in the same spot doing the same things.

Put simply – any decision you make is either taking you closer TO your vision, or its moving you away FROM your vision.

Which do you choose today?

I’m gathering together a group of women for my new LEAD Mastermind – where we are going to explore this and the other facets of leadership. Message me if you are curious to learn more.

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1 Comment


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