Working with people from different background, allows us to appreciate beyond what we have. There are moments when we listen to different way and style of communicating. There are times when we need to find the right tune to speak to different people.
These experiences made us as a different person. Changing and adapting is another survival skills that we need as we enter a new environment of any situation.
Working in a hybrid organization simply means to work with many bosses. Receiving many instructions, orders and fulfilling the needs of different units. Well, this is another situation, which could stress us out.
Regardless of the situation we might want to review the decisions that we made. Or maybe, do we need to make correction over what we had decided?
A friend of mine said to me, “When you are not sure about your decision, delay it.”
I paused. We normally will ask ourselves of what exactly we wanted when we make a decision. Most of the time, only after the decision made, that we ponder upon.
Many realized that we make decisions every day. We decide what to eat, where to eat, what to wear what to be put on. Small decisions could some time lead to a bigger opportunity.
I decided to leave something that many said to be comfortable.
I decided to move out from a place where other people wanted to go.
I decided to leave the ‘millions’ of what people thought belongs to me.
I decided to take longer and tougher route to be ‘free’.
I decided to live less for more.
How was it started?
As far as I remember, it started on a day when I decided to join a Facebook group, a group where people from different background and talents are gathered. They share about what they do best with a number of people who lead the content in the group.
It was simply a tiny and small decision. Joining a Facebook group.
As we move on, we still continue making decisions. We decide almost everything about ourselves and sometime, we make decisions for others too. Some of us caught in a bad decision and stuck ourselves for long.
What can be done once a wrong decision made?
+ Simply accept that the decision was wrong. Sometime, we need to tell ourselves loudly (loud enough for us to hear), “I have made a wrong decision.”
+ Then, think of ways to move on.
+ Make another decision.
Leaving the spot where we stuck is far more important, rather than crying over what had happened. Making mistakes are normal, but how we move on and over come the situation makes it significant.
Working with a group of people, need us to organize, be organized. Though it is not easy, it is always possible to be done. Having a people in a group means we have bigger resources that we can share.
Still, have you ever thought of any small decision that made you end up with a bigger impact in life?
Have it brought you bigger opportunity, in any way?
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Have a great 2015 ahead!