Friday, March 21, 2014
For years as a consultant, I was called by clients to help them with important decisions. My approach before and after I awakened to The Principles was truly like night and day.
In the dark night before an understanding of The Principles began to unfold for me, I was an expert at analysis, but I had no idea when to stop or how to draw a conclusion from all the data I accumulated. I was very good at sorting out good information from bad and making meaningful lists of pros and cons as well as delineating important questions to consider. But then what? Decision making was as much as a gamble for me as it was for my clients. The more committed I was to thoroughly thinking things through, the more I was able to come up with an equally strong "pro" for every "con". At some point I'd just call it quits and mentally toss a coin.
With the dawn of The Principles, I had the realization that any decision someone was 100% behind would work for them as long as they were looking at it with a clear mind and felt inspired to move in a certain direction. I saw that insight and inspiration were more important than the...