People often ask about the best decision, but we think it’s also very enlightening to learn about people’s most difficult decisions and the frameworks they used to think through those decisions.
Michelle Sheffield | Owner of A MJ Production
To leave Chicago and move to Atlanta. All I knew was Chicago it was my home. I revised all my children there and to leave family and friends was a difficult decision. I am now glad that I did. It actually saves my life. I saw no growth or even had a dream. I really believe God puts you where He wants you. Read more>>
Brian Webb | Talent Agent
Leaving behind a great paying job to help run a new unproven business. The new business had no salary, commission only, with no guarantees of making money. Read more>>
Donna O’Donnell Figurski | author of Prisoners without Bars: A Caregiver’s Tale & Writer of Surviving Traumatic Brain Injury Blog
Life or Death: Signing on the Dotted Line by Donna O’Donnell Figurski Life is full of decisions—what to eat for breakfast, what to wear to work, what car to buy, what neighborhood to live in, or what to name your first born and your second and third. (If you are brave enough to have three. I wasn’t. Two children were enough for me!) Decision-making may seem huge at the time. For example, what to eat for breakfast or what to wear to work may feel daunting when you are still bleary-eyed and just out of bed. Buying a car or a house are much bigger decisions, and they take a long time to make, though they can be switched out later. You might want to get really serious with your decision about choosing a name for your new baby. Read more>>