It may sound extreme, but I believe it to be true, every decision matters.
Every decision matters because one decision leads to another. We see it again and again, the domino affect of decisions good or bad.
"That's a heavy burden," you may think. But truly, because a decision matters doesn't mean it has to take lots of time. It simply means, give every decision some thought.
Think about what contributes to the decision and then imagine the ramifications of one decision or another. Then make a thoughtful decision.
Every decision won't be right on, but if we approach decision making with the idea that every decision matters, we'll have a better chance of making the right one.
2012-2013 Conference Presentations
2013 Global Education Conference Class Presentation