March 19: Decision-Making

Day 29


Life is a series of choices. To make great choices, you must first become very clear about why you are making them.


If you have a decision to make and you don’t have clarity about it, peel back a layer or two of confusion by examining the motives that draw you in one direction or another. Then do the next right thing.

If you’re reading Perfectly Yourself, read pages 150–155 (paperback version) or pages 156–161 (hardcover version).


Jesus, help me to look to you and my journey to become the-best-version-of-myself whenever I have a decision to make, no matter how small.

How good are you at saying no?

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