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This is a mini episode that deals with the criteria one can use in makiing decisions that take into account heir primary essentials in life.
Join Yuya as he gives a basic reference one can use when encountered with an opportunity to make a decision and confront an issue, head on.
This show gives a real world example of priority assignment.
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Persons aged 65 and older are the fastest growing part of the population, and many families confront sometimes difficult decisions about care-giving, housing, health care, estate planning, and end of life planning for aging parents and other family members. Bob Rhudy, president of Senior Mediation and Decision-Making, Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, discusses the types of services that senior (or “elder”) mediators provide to help families manage and resolve conflict in these matters.
Robert J. Rhudy is in private practice as a lawyer, mediator, facilitator and consultant, and has been president of Senior Mediation and Decision-Making, Inc., Baltimore, Maryland since 2007. He is a past chair of the Association for Conflict Resolution's Elder Mediation Section (2008-2010). Bob developed and directed the Maryland Senior Mediation Project during 2005-2009 and created and directed the Maryland Court of Special Appeals Office of Mediation during 2009-2012. He has provided senior mediation training and consulting around the United States and Canada.
Additional Information: The Center for Social Gerontology Elder Mediation Today: Manual and Resource Guide
Tracy is an Alternative Dispute Resolution Coordinator at the Maryland Mediation and Conflict Resolution Office (MACRO). Tracy also serves as a conflict coach, mediator, and promotes conflict resolution processes through trainings, outreach initiatives, and continuing education for conflict resolution practitioners.
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Decision making is an important part of healthy development. How do you make decisions? Do you consider the consequences of your decisions? How often? How does your decision making style impact that of the children and others you influence?
Let's talk about decision making on the next episode of Discussions with Delia
Quieting the Mind leads to great decision making...with Kimberly Jonas.
Kimberly Jonas is a self-employed spiritual coach and inspirational author. After being steeped in the corporate world for nearly 10 years as a project manager and art director, she left that world in 2002 to teach yoga, meditation and other mindful practices. Her corporate and spiritual worlds have been entwined ever since – she has owned a 30-employee spa and studio, has her own line of healing essential oils, and recently self-published three volumes of poetry. All while helping others to access their full potential through practices designed to quiet the mind and ignite inner wisdom.
Quality Decisions Start with Quieting the Mind
1. In all of your business ventures over the years, do you feel like you’ve always worked from the place of a quiet mind?
2. We’re talking about quieting the mind as a source of good decision making. Can you speak a little bit about how poor decisions come from an “unquiet mind” so that we have a little more context?
3. With your experience in corporate America complimented by running your own enterprise, how have you used "quieting the mind" to make the best decisions?
With your experience in corporate America complimented by running your own enterprise, when do you feel that “quieting the mind” served you the most?
4. Can you help me to debunk this idea that you have to meditate for hours in order to have a quiet mind? I think the idea can turn people off because it feels like you have to undertake a bunch of major, involved practices to cultivate a quiet mind.
5. Do you believe it’s possible to get to a point where the mind is always quiet?
6. Give an example of a decision you made that was not preceded by "quieting?" Moving to Colorado to work for a family owned business?
There are short-sighted, ego-based, anxiety-driven decisions made by leaders in business, community-service, faith-based, and government sectors all too often. The adverse, long-term impacts of such decisions, seen all too often at micro and macro levels, have led to: operational ineffectiveness, business failures, and economic crises; military aggressions, wars, and genocide; irresponsible contribution to climate changes; and a variety of civil rights and human rights violations.
It is generally presumed that the best decisions leaders need to make are rational decisions. However, the truth is many decisions that are touted as “rational” are often intellectually-framed emotional decisions that undercut leaders’ ability to achieve the needed results. To counter this tendency, leaders must be equipped with the emotional skills to make competent, courageous and compassionate decisions that maximize the best interests for the greatest number of stakeholders.
Dr. Cari Jackson is the founding director of Center of Spiritual Light, a community services organization which provides resources for practical spirituality to individuals and organizations to enhance their impactful transformation. She is a prolific author, leadership coach, and international change agent. She holds a PhD in Christian Social Ethics, MDiv, JD, and BA in Psychology and Sociology. She is the author five books including Love Like You’ve Never Been Hurt and still Got Game.
The decision of what to do with your life is a decision which we all must make. We will after all, end up "doing" something regardless of whether it is a conscious decision we make or an unconscious decision we make to do that thing. If you don't decide how you want to live as well as what you wnt to be and do, then someone or something else will decide for you. If this happens, instead of living according to your own inner values and enjoyment, you will yeild control of your life to a combination of subconscious influences such as genetic predispositions, upbringing, social conditioning, environment, or the opinions of other people in your life. You have many great years left after retiring are you going to surrender control of your life ...
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TRUSTING YOURSELF: A Guide to decision-making and using your intuition
Indecision, no decision and complacency often leaves us unclear in our purpose and direction in life. We often trust other’s opinions and use them as guideposts to doing the “right thing” while in actuality, it feels like we’re living someone else’s life.
Well, that’s exactly what’s happening.
During this broadcast we will discuss the importance of establishing self-trust and how to build confidence in trusting yourself
Tamarra Causley Robinson