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How Can We Make Better Decisions?
Does Brain science help redefine decision-making?
Do our leaders-or for that matter do any of us-trust our brains and rational thinking when making important decisions? Or do we make better decisions based on gut instinct and emotions?
How do we make decisions? Emergency decisions in life threatening situations, business decisions with major economic implications, or decisions of a personal nature? How much do we know about the processes that take place in our brains when we make decisions? Can neuroscience teach us ways to improve our decision making processes?
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Author, Management Consultant and Curious Muriel co-host Rashmi Biswas is sharing her own entrepreneurial story. Rashmi will talk about how she made the transition from corporate employee to co-owner of Lake and Associates Canada, and the story behind her book "Rash Decisions" which charts the first year of her journey into self-employment. http://lakeandassociates.ca/publications/
What's it like to face and manage decisions during caegiving? Trish, who cares for her brother, and Chris, who cares for his partner, join Denise for a discussion about decisions during caregiving. Trish and Chris both blog on CareGiving.com.
Trish also edits our CareGifters book series; our lastest book in the series is the recently-released Decisions. Trish and Chris also will discuss their contributions to the Decisions book.
Claire Day, our dementia care expert, joins Denise to discuss treatment decisions you may face during your caree's last stages of the disease process.
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Another impromptu interview, this time with my special guest: Ray Kakuda, a very good friend and colleague, a man who has quite the story of life-changing decisions! Ray tells it like it is. He laughs at the situations today in hindsight but he also realizes how far he's come. Today, as a business man, an entrepreneur and a family man, he has become an incredible role model for his children. Get inspired by his stories, you'll fall in love with him!
(You can reach out to Ray on facebook, at www.facebook.com/ray.kakuda)
Guest Co-Host Melanie Jade Rummel, Psychic Medium & Spiritual Teacher, joins Charlotte to offer readings and spiritual guidance, and to talk about how to pay attention to intuition and how people can connect with their Spirit to create their ideal lives.
Her focus is on sharing positive messages from Spirit Guides to help others gain peace, clarity and insight about the situations in their lives now, as well as how to make decisions that are in alignment with what they desire moving forward.
You can learn more about her and the type of work she does by visiting her website: MelanieJadeRummel.com
Join us Sep 4, 2013 7PM EST/6PM CST as author Brenda Garrison stops by SyndicatedNews.Net to talk with Jill Egizii of Family Matters!
Parents and kids will never agree on everything. So what can Mom and Dad do when a child’s decision—whether a matter of preference, spirituality or morality—is something they think is totally wrong? Preventing these “mistakes” that often surface once a child is away at college is impossible, and how parents respond will either build a wall or a bridge between them and their child.
In Love No Matter What: When Your Kids Make Decisions You Don’t Agree With, Brenda Garrison and her daughter Katie share what worked and didn't work as Katie made poor decision after poor decision in her teens.
Katie’s choice to move out at 18, use her college money to fund an apartment, and later, briefly live with her boyfriend, initially crushed Brenda. But in hindsight, Brenda realized that imperfect families are the norm and that neither she nor Katie had it all wrong; they were simply fallen beings in need of grace.
In addition to Brenda’s thoughts, the book shares what Katie has to say about her decisions. In sections called “Katie’s Thoughts,” she shares exactly what she was thinking when she made certain decisions, how she viewed her parents at the time, and what she learned.
Brenda’s goal is not to turn readers into perfect parents; those don’t exist. She wants to equip parents with basic truths about how to love their children, listen to them, and understand them.
“You can’t fix or save your child,” says Brenda, “and it is not your responsibility to do so.…I wanted to fix Katie, but she didn’t need fixing. She needed to be heard and understood.”
Decision making is a learned skill. Never put off making decisions. Start with the word itself. What exactly is a decision? The simple fact is, decisions matter. To make the best decision, gather all information available. Be willing to separate fact from allegations. Truths and lies fits into decision making, based on the decisin to be made. Always consider the source. Your decisions lays out your future. Keep an open mind. What decision will you make today?
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