Making Resolute Decisions (Part 5 of 5)

I’ll admit, I hate hearing my wife ask, “Did you remember to (insert thing I didn’t remember to do).” Especially when that blank is something she asked me to do and I promised I would, but I didn’t.

I’m pretty good at remembering the next time around, after all, I don’t want to disappoint. I think it’s safe to say that none of us want to disappoint our friends, family, or co-workers. Frankly, we really don’t want to disappoint anyone. 

This is one of the reasons companies like  Able Lending (small business lending) encourage and sometimes require a portion of the money your asking for to come from friends and family. They know the last thing anyone wants to do is lose their friends or families money. They have a pretty good idea that you’ll work hard to pay them back.

The point is this, having a team will increase your odds at making resolute decisions on a consistent basis. 

Whether it’s a spouse, good friend, or coworker; you need a team to give a little positive peer pressure. Find someone or several someone’s that you trust and ask them to apply a little friendly peer pressure. 

Mark my words… Having a team to keep you honest will increase your ability to make resolute decision

This week’s video (Part 5 of the series “Making Resolute Decisions”) continues to explore the idea around how a team affects our ability to make resolute decisions.

Making Resolute Decisions (5 Keys):

1. Our Thoughts (See post here)

2. Our Words (See post here)

3. Our Actions (See post here)

4. Our Why (See post here)

5. Our Team - This Week's Post

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