Track the Feedback
Life is like playing a violin in public And learning the instrument as one goes on.
On Wednesday night, I didn’t feel like reading. My thoughts kept going to Laura’s lifeless body. I needed a diversion. Reluctantly, I picked up Professor Armstrong’s notes.
After choosing a tentative line of action or even while making a decision, you have to track and listen to your feedback. Before you make your choice, every decision is an opportunity. After the decision is made, we have another opportunity—an opportunity to learn. Since decision making is a process, you need to be vigilant: keep your ears to the ground at all times. You can get feedback even while making the decision—one doesn’t preclude the other. Making ...