THERE IS A BIG DIFFERENCE BETWEEN GOOD REASONS WHICH OUGHT TO ENSURE A SUCCESSFUL OUTCOME, AND AN OUTCOME ACTUALLY BEING SUCCESSFUL.

Many of us get stuck in the “ought to” trap, rather than focus on, and work with, realities. Charles Tadros, M.D. July 18, 2021 Saint Louis, Missouri

THERE IS A BIG DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ACTIVELY CHOOSING A PATH VS. PASSIVELY “CHOOSING” A PATH EVEN IF BOTH YIELD THE SAME RESULT

Active involvement in decision-making engenders a sense of ownership. Active involvement in decision-making stimulates our thinking about the pros and cons. Active involvement in decision-making helps us to be more accepting of unexpected or negative outcomes. Active involvement in decision-making builds on our foundational and our operational knowledge. Even if you come to the sameContinue reading “THERE IS A BIG DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ACTIVELY CHOOSING A PATH VS. PASSIVELY “CHOOSING” A PATH EVEN IF BOTH YIELD THE SAME RESULT”