The art of taking the right decisions

Oh yes!

This is the kind of subject that I like to approach with every occasion and guide others. I like to find out how everyone proceeds.

Usually our mind does not know what it wants. It wants to gather some savings but also wants a new pair of shoes. Do you understand me? Here come to play the principles at which I care a lot. Applying your principles can become a reflex if we make enough efforts to apply them for an extended period of time. The mind does not know what to choose. It needs some principles to help it decide and dictate. One thing is clear and I want for all of you to understand that principles and ambitions are the core of life. Without them we have no guidance.

Ramona Crisstea - The art of taking the right decisions

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Knowing how to decide well and fast is an art and also a quality which saves you from a lot of problems. Once you have made a decision, it is best to try to clear your mind. Try to make most of your decisions alone, without the influence of others. That is because your character is a necessary energy in making the right decisions.

Every minute of our life make us to take decisions with countless outcomes. However, when we accept the unknown we open the way for new possibilities. Dedicate yourself to the things and goals that you want to fulfill and follow your ambitions and principles knowing that the decisions you make are the right ones.

The art of taking the right decisions Ramona Crisstea-The art of taking the right decisions

What I wore:

Pink Coat – Vero Moda

Blouse, Boots – Zara

Bag – Mango

Best wishes, ramonacrisstea

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64 thoughts on “The art of taking the right decisions

  1. Your outfit is perfection! And great pics too! Oh…decisions… For me, it has been important to discover and try to stay very true to my values. And not be afraid to review a prior decision and its outcome, and learn from that too. Mistakes are not bad…unless you fail to change as a result. And very few decisions (of import) are REQUIRED to be made quickly…so keep that in mind!

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  2. Bonjour Ramona
    Mon premier passage sur ton blog
    Vois-tu il y a des jours sur un simple sourire
    On peux rendre la vie plus belle
    Si le mien de sourire peux te faire cet effet
    Alors je reviendrais encore tant faire
    C’est une envie de te faire plaisir et t’offrir du bonheur
    Je t’envoie une grosse envolée de bisous d’amitié
    Bonne et agréable journée Bernard

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  3. I think of decisions and actions along the lines of the safety placards they place in the seat pockets of the airplanes.

    Place the mask on your face before assisting the person besides you.

    It is important that your decisions and actions are improving your own life so you can then help others. As for what to act upon, I try to decide if it is a desire or a whim or is it a necessity. The necessities come first along with investing in my own growth.

    Have a great weekend. Hopefully a warm one!

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  4. Bonsoir RAMONA
    Un regard, un sourire et une main
    Chaleureuse sur l’épaule
    Valent mieux qu’un million
    De mots ou de phrases
    Ce que sent le cœur est plus profond
    Que ce qu’entends l’oreille
    Je te remercie d’être là par ton amitié
    Je te souhaite une belle fin de semaine
    Un agréable week-end
    Avec de la joie et du bonheur au sein de ta demeure
    Bises, amitié
    Bernard
    Ce jour chez moi quelques flocons de neige sans plus

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  5. Nice write up and shot. Yes, i do agree with you that, making a choice in this context is an art in its own right and requires a highly level of creativity to make your appearance aesthetically appalling to the human sight

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