At my home, we often share dreams we had the night before. This morning my son Zachary told me the he had dreamed about Poppy (my father) who passed away two years ago. In the dream, Dad told Zachary that I should say "No" to a decision.
This got me thinking about how many decisions I make in a day - which turns out be be a lot. So, I wondered which decision that might apply to.
Related to decisions, I saw this post on LinkedIn today about decisions, and you could say Expert Judgment. In the Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK), Expert Judgment is often a tool used for making decisions.
How do we know who is an expert? It's generally someone who has done the work before. And how do you become an expert...?
December 11, 2015
About two minutes later Zachary said his foot hurt. I said, "It will go away in a minute." We got to chatting and he seemed happy enough.
About ten minutes later we took our usual path, up the hill through the woods and over the guard rail, when Zachary bumped his leg and arm on the rail. He was a bit upset. Again, I told him it would go away in a minute. He cheered up after 30 seconds.
We crossed the street and Zachary said, "We all make our own choices." Then he went on to show me how he could choose to jump on one foot, run on the grass, or run zig-zagged.
I was thinking for the rest of the day, off and on, about Zachary's statement.
Yes, we make our own choices every minute. And how we look at life every minute is certainly a major choice. Thanks Zachary.