It is very important to make good choice in life. You should always think before you do and go over all alternative options rather than making a poor choice. Bad choices can reflect heavily on your life while good choices won’t do any harm. Try and make the best choice in every scenario for yourself and for the good of everyone. One bad choice can cause your life to turn around dramatically in the span of a few minutes.
Everyone faces barriers in their everyday lives, and I am no exception. My personal challenges have always happened to pertain to fitness and P.E. classes. I have tried to be athletic, when I was younger I was on a soccer team, a basketball team, and participated in Winterguard in eighth grade, all along with throughout the years desperately trying to make myself stick with a workout schedule. There are a few things in particular that have kept me from being physically active, despite my efforts, until recently in my life; I’m very busy and bad at time management, I don’t do well continuing things, and I lack athletic talent.
Every action a person takes is the result of having thought about what it is they think they should do and then doing it. Life is riddled with problems that require solving. Decisions are complex matters that require careful judgment and problem analysis especially when one is in a role where others look up to them and are affected by their decisions.
You can make your own decisions in life. It’s up to you how you let your decisions either hurt you or help you. Have influence on yourself is what can help you make the right decisions. Some of the decisions I make help me and some hurt me. I strive every day to make the right decisions in life to help me in my future. Being around certain people and certain situation can hurt those chances of you making the right decisions.
As people always say, “Hindsight is 20/20”, but if we would look forward in time and plan instead of making gut decisions, making better decisions and choices would definitely be easier to do. Robert Frost said it best in his poem, “The Road Not Taken”, when he said, “Then took the other, as just as fair, And having perhaps the better claim” (Frost). This shows that when Frost got to a fork in the road, he sat down and evaluated both options before making a selection. He looked at the path on the left and then the path on the right so he would know exactly which choice to make and how that choice would work for him. This applies to everybody. When there is a big choice to be made, we need to evaluate every option and then look into the future to see how the options will benefit us later. If at the time a choice seems perfect, but there is no future benefit, why make that choice? If everybody has a common goal to be the best person that they can be and to be as successful as they can in life, the choice that is made needs to be a thirty day or thirty year decision, not a thirty second decision.
Decision-making has never been my forte, exactly. I once drove around town with a friend for forty minutes as we exchanged variants of, “I don’t know. Where do you want to eat?” My proclivity for avoiding to outright choose one thing over another has been deeply inset since I was very young, and I believe it probably stems from an intense fear of rejection. Needless to say, the choice to commit to something I cannot see was one that was daunting and, for a long time, seemed puerile.
From choosing this Scarlet Letter, how I design the letter, to what pizza toppings I would like, or what movie should I watch, I have trouble deciding what to do. Indecision is a large, and a unfavorable part of my life, that makes it difficult to finalize a decision on a test, or even shower before, or after homework. Deciding is hard for me because it feels irreversible, and I cannot do anything about it after I chose one way or the other. In previous essays, I’ve written about the importance of choice, and how life is made of choices. This idea scares me, even though I see it as true. Since this idea frightens me, I think of the future effects, which creates more pressure on the little decisions I make day to day.
Every day we have to make decisions. Some of the decisions are small and some of them are life-changing. Some of the decision we make, sometimes, is pretty simple. We have to wait longer to see if our decision was the correct one or not. We might have found the right solution to our problem or maybe we will have to go through the whole decision-making process again until we find the perfect solution to our problem. Decision making is not always simple. Many times, we think that we have made the best decision ever and later on we realize that it was not. As humans, we tend to answer with our heart and feelings. We tend to answer right away without thinking. The understanding that critical thinking and decision making hand and hand is an important key. Many times, time and perseverance will be the key to the best result
Making good decisions are a good habit to have. In the books or stories we have read, the characters can make good choices or bad choices. Their decisions can affect themselves, or others around them. You can learn from these mistakes that you make in your lifetime. If you make the wrong decision, you can face some hard obstacles to overcome.
Every second of everyday people have to make decisions. Whether to turn right or left, or to go to class, decisions have to be made and their effect could be everlasting. One decision that has affected my life in multiples ways was when I changed my major.
decision making model helps us make good decisions. We learned that when we are faced with difficult situations, or in a potentially violent predicament, we should first define the challenge we are dealing with. Identifying the problem is the first step in order to efficiently solve it. Next, we should look at the different choices we have. Looking at both the pros and cons. After that, you need to take action and respond. It’s important to be confident while responding to your situation. Finally, evaluate, ask yourself, did I make a good or bad choice? It is good to analyze the outcome to determine if you should react differently in the future. This is especially true if you made a bad choice, identifying what went wrong could help you make a better decision
Furthermore, an important thing about making your own decisions is that you can learn from your mistakes. You will know from past experiences whether something is a bad idea or a good one. Learning from past mistakes in a way has driven human evolution in many aspects considering that at one point the only way to grasp and learn new information was by learning from past experiences. It is one of the bigger reasons the world is what it is today.
there are many times in life when we have to make big decisions. you might come across problems that make you second guess yourself and your wondering what should i do? many times in my life ive had to face some tough choices such as changing schools or deciding on my first car. there is one decision that i still regret to this day.