Personal mastery is one of the objects of life’s journey. You face challenges and are given opportunities and you learn how you respond, and how to make decisions. We’ve all made smart and also not so smart decisions.

Decision making should be taught early in life as a fundamental skill. But unless you’ve had an enlightened mentor it’s unlikely you practiced the knowhow to avoid the blind spots of decision making. I know I didn’t and I had to learn the hard way.  Discover Part Two in the series of Decision Blind Spots.

© Aviv Shahar