Making Resolute Decisions (Part 1 of 5)

I recently shared a short video called Failure vs. Momentum. You can see it here.

Shortly after, I received an insightful comment.


"This is a really great principle. I would love to have an expansion on how you "left no room in your mind not to wake up" -- in other words, you say you made your decision "resolutely" -- but how does one do this? I assume it is not simply emotional engagement with the decision. And certainly once you're in bed snuggling with warm covers, it's hard to be so resolute."

This comment prompted me to create a new 5 part mini series called, "Making Resolute Decisions."  Today I'm sharing part 1:

Why Resolute Decisions?

We won't achieve anything of significance if we don't learn to make resolute decisions.

Sometimes in our moments of clarity, we think or say things like: "That sounds like a good idea or I should do that or I should wake up early tomorrow." While these are great ideas, they aren't resolute. And not making resolute decisions leaves too much room for an "unless."

Unless I don't sleep well.

Unless I don't feel like it.

Unless I get distracted with something else. 

Follow along as we explore 5 keys to making resolute decisions. Make sure to sign up for the "weekly goodness" to be the first to get each video over the coming weeks.


Making Resolute Decisions (5 Keys):

1. Our Thoughts

2. Stay Tuned

3. Stay Tuned

4. Stay Tuned

5. Stay Tuned

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