Would you like to have an effective process for how to make big life decisions with clarity, and a tool to help make it easy? Making decisions in your life and business will be much easier from now on.
That’s what I’m going to share with you here by way of a real life example.
A woman who has owned her own business for many years and enjoys what she does, for the most part, gets a job offer for more than double the money she makes in her own business.
Is this an offer she should accept?
Well, that depends.
Let’s look a little deeper.
She owns a cleaning company and she has clients she’s worked with for years. She treats their home as if it were her own. She takes pride in her work and the relationships she has with her clients.
She sets her own hours, can say yes or no to extra work, can rearrange her schedule for family time, to travel and do work for her church and her neighborhood association.
She likes being active and doing physical work. Even at homes he never sits down, she’s always doing something, usually to take care of someone else.
She has back trouble and has some pain when she works, but she doesn’t let it stop here. She finds ways to work around the pain.
Now, besides doubling her income, this new job would allow her to sit in an office and occasionally go out to appointments in people’s homes as an interpreter.
No more heavy lifting.
But, she has to work 8-6, 6 days a week. Working 6 days in common here.
The extra income would help her family. She wants to help one of her kids buy a house.
She’s used to working hard and seeing the product of her hard work.
Now she will be on a computer all day.
She’s always been able to come and go as she chooses, no more if she takes this job.
What would you do?
How would you make the decision?
The tool that makes this, and all other major decisions simple is creating your personal manifesto.
Once you have that series of value statements of who you are, who you want to become int he future, what you stand for, what you won’t stand for and what is truly import to you, you have a framework for all decision making.
In this situation, it comes down to whether it’s a higher value to her to provide the extra money for her family or to have the lifestyle and freedom she enjoys, a long with the pride she has in the work she does.
It’s always an individual choice, and yet so often we ask others for their opinion. And worse yet we give their opinion weight, when they don’t know your values, what’s in your heart, or your soul’s desires they way you do once you’ve created your manifesto.
Think about this example. Think about your own life and how you make decisions without the clarity this document gives you.
Decisions will be much easier once you’ve created your manifesto.
Do it today.
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