Making Better Decisions: Learning from people who shaped the future of the world through their choices with Robert Dilenschneider
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Every single day, we make hundreds of decisions, consciously, and unconsciously. Some are small and some require more thinking. How we make those decisions will ultimately affect our lives and others.
No one wants to be in a position where they have to make hard decisions. It’s not always easy to make the right choice. When time is of the essence, even if the knowledge we have at that time is scarce, we have to think quickly and act immediately. Otherwise, it’ll lead to unfavorable results that we might regret later on.
Whether it’s something small and mundane or a matter of life-and-death situation, how do you make better decisions? How do you make choices that’ll positively affect your future and the people around you?
You just made the right choice today! And that is to listen to this episode!
Get empowered and achieve a higher level of decision-making, as business strategy expert, Robert Dilenscheider joins us to talk about making decisions better decisions and the choices of people who shaped the world we live in today and how we can apply them in our daily life!
Robert is the founder and chairman of The Dilenschneider Group, a global public relations, and communications consulting firm headquartered in New York City. He wrote the book Decision: Practical Advice from 23 Men and Women Who Shaped the World, where he helps make life better for people by highlighting the choices of notable peoples from history and how their decisions shaped what’s going tomorrow.
Grab yourself a copy of Robert Dilenschneider’s Decisions: Practical Advice from 23 Men and Women Who Shaped the World 👉 here!
In this episode, you will learn about:
- The implications of the decisions that we will make
- Harry Truman and his decision to use the atomic bomb
- Malala Yousafzai and her decision to stand up and fight for what she believes in
- The outcome of Henry Ford’s decision about his workers’ wage
- What we can learn from Johann Gutenberg’s decision and having clear goals
- Common themes among the 23 people who shaped the world through their decisions
- How to make better decisions
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