We all want to make better decisions.
Because better decisions will drive better actions, which lead to better and more fulfilling lives for all of us.
In this episode of Primility Primer, we talk about decisions and actions.
But how do we make better decisions?
And where can we turn for help when we’re dissatisfied with our decision-making?
And what can we lean on when we’re struggling with a particular decision that is preventing us from achieving a specific objective?
At least, that’s the idea …
Practice balancing our pride and humility so that we can better manage our emotions and make our next decision a better one.
But no matter how hard we may try, and how much we may practice, pursuing a balance of pride and humility can’t always be done in our heads.
Sometimes we just need to work it out the old fashioned way, like a math problem — which, in a sense, it is.
So I created a worksheet.
And I am giving you access to this simple, useful, three-page worksheet for free.
(The URL is: primility.com/worksheet)
You can download it, print it as many times as you want, and share it with anyone you wish.
If you want to know how Primility actually works in practice, to make better decisions, this worksheet will show you.
And I spend time in this Primility Primer episode walking you through how to fill out the worksheet, though I think it’s mostly self-explanatory.
I will caution you: It’s only a first draft, so I know it can get better.
That’s why I’m giving it to you now. I want you to use it, extract every benefit from it you can, and also locate its weak points.
Here’s the only catch …
You have to tell me about your experience.
- What did you like about it?
- What did you not like?
- What worked for you?
- What didn’t work for you?
Leave a comment or send me an email.
I hope you find the worksheet helpful.
I used it myself this morning, right after finishing the initial draft. Already, it’s helped me make an important decision (which I discuss in the episode) and take three actions to move me toward my objective just in the last two hours.
And all it took was a little humility … which I realized thanks to filling out the worksheet.