Step 2 - Start

A better decision makes us feel better about how we make it - and that gets better results.

The process is to ask a valuable question to which the answer is Yes or No.
It helps to read through these pages several times, and make notes. What you discovered at the end of the last reading will inform you when you begin again. You will know when you have made your better decision.

If you do not know what to do - do you know what not to do?

First: stop proceeding with a poor decision

Simply stop what you are doing

If you find yourself in a hole, stop digging.
- Will Rogers

Stopping creates a void you can fill with something better.

If you want a hot cup of tea, first you must empty your cup
- Chinese

Better to have a map than directions.

I am always ready to learn, although I do not always like being taught
- Churchill

There are 2 parts to this system:
ask a practical question and a private question.

I avoid indecision and half decisions based on half truths

I use my head and my heart

Then I listen to myself and others
- make a better decision
- and act on it

Remember to use both parts: the practical question and the private question.

If you are ready, please proceed to page 3 or use the buttons at the top of the page.


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