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Decision Making Priorities

I find that the older I get the more I hate the busyness of life. I have to write every appointment and occasion on the calendar and itís getting so crowded I canít read what I wrote. More specifically, I hate having to make fifty important decisions before lunchtime. According to research, Iím probably asked to make many more than fifty.

Several sources say we make, on average, 35,000 decisions each dayóm re than 260 decisions about food alone. Children, on the other hand, are said to make about 300 decisions a day. Please take me back to that simple time of life.

Every decision is life changing. It may change only the next few minutes, or the next few years, but a decision may change everything. Obviously, itís the last group that causes stress.

Researchers tell us, to improve decision making skillsóset priorities.

The first question Iíll ask myself when making any decision is, ďWill it honor God?Ē

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