Path your future!
Path your future, and have the courage to walk the road.
Do I sound like a motivational speaker yet? I bet I do. But let’s talk life: have you ever been faced with a decision you knew you could not unmake?
I created a formula some minutes ago; though for it to work you have to know some things:
- Where you are
- What you have
- Where you are going
- What you need
Imagine where you are is X, and where you are going is Y. The distance between X and Y is defined as the difference between what you have and what you need. So when a decision comes before you, the mathematical way to answer it is:
“Which choice would give me what I need; as against things I already have, or perhaps things I don’t even need?”
It’s not always this simple. Sometimes both options give varying degrees and levels of what you need. In situations like that, a scale of preference and/or a bar chart cataloging what percentage of what you need each option is offering would be helpful.
Sometimes too, the options are constituted by value judgments. After answering the mathematics of X and Y, you get to the:
“What price am I willing to pay for Y”
Mathematics is not infallible; but it clears secondary issues which often cloud decisions. So tonight I chose Mathematics to lead me. What do you often choose?
Have a great week. May your choices be right and enlightening. Life awaits!