“The most important quality that leaders and business owners should have is the ability to be decisive. Many times we’re faced with situations that require our instinct and strategic problem-solving skills to come with a solution,” says Lisa Capre, Managing Director of CapreLife Global. In the business industry and entrepreneurship, it’s important imperative that you embody the quality of being decisive. Since many people are not, this will give an edge when it comes to what you want from yourself and your goals. At CapreLife Global, our goal is to make all our representatives savvier when it comes to making decisions. It’s because of like-minded and strategic thinkers in our company that we consider ourself to be one of the best. “There’s 3 ways to become a person that’s decisive. We did some thinking, and we found that these three ways will help you become more firm with your decisions and help your future,” says Lisa Capre of CapreLife Global.
- Your time is valuable. It’s important to do things at your pace and when you believe you can accomplish them. Many people expect such speed nowadays that they forget not everyone runs the same way. While others can make decisions faster, some are not. In this case, you often will feel pressured to make a decision and many times you’ll make the wrong one. But you should know that you can give your answer and decision when you decide when you are ready. “Don’t let anyone rush you into making bad decisions, that comes from you and entirely yourself at the end of the day,” mentions Lisa Capre of CapreLife Global.
- Map your route. It’s so much easier to make a clear decision when you know what you want. When you’re trying to plan out your route to achieve a goal or make a decision, make sure you list everything down. Create a strategy for yourself, that way you are prepared every step of the way. This has helped tremendously at CapreLife Global, and after building a foundation, it’s easier to make quick and better decisions.
- Find out what causes hesitation. Usually, indecisiveness derives from uncertainty and fear. Based off that, figure out why you can’t make a decision about something. Is it your instinct telling you it’s a bad move? Or is it fear that is making you unable to move forward. In any case, find the confidence to understand the root of your problem and make an effort to eliminate that factor and clear your route.