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The Decisions We Make: How Our Decisions Produce Success in Our Lives

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Most people don’t realize that how you think determines what happens in your life. For the most part, people just go with the flow. Everyone has the ability to make quality choices with the right tools. Your goals and dreams can take you from an average life to an inspiring life. Others will look at you, admire your accomplishments, and try to make good decisions as well. ...more
Kindle Edition, 50 pages
Published August 2nd 2015 by AuthorHouse (first published July 23rd 2015)
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Clare O'Beara
Feb 15, 2020 rated it it was ok
A short book on making better decisions is probably a good start, because many people who are stuck in a rut, or muddled, or rebellious, won't have the patience to read anything longer. I am pleased that the author has made some good decisions and tries to pass on advice and tips.

The writing is patchy, and a decent editor would have been a good decision. Instead we get confusion from the start:
"If a decision does not warrant a positive outcome, it is safe to say that the decision is not the co
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Jennifer
Mar 21, 2020 rated it it was amazing
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. You can purchase a copy for yourself here: https://www.amazon.com/Decisions-We-M...

This is a very short read, but very effective! The author talks about the decisions we make. We make decisions in everything that we do. I am procrastinating other things while I write this review for example. I actually read this book months ago, but procrastinated writing the review until I reread the book while I am sequestered during a pandemic.
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Jamie Jack
Feb 13, 2020 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
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Poorly Written

Oh, my gosh! This is just the sort of nonfiction book that drives me up a tree. Because anyone can publish a book these days—which in general is a good thing—sometimes people put out bad books hoping to cash in. This book is super short, which may or may not be a problem in general, but in this case, the author just scratches the surface of decision-making, mostly in banal, poorly written generalities. The writing style is hard to describe besides bad. There are awkward and too-sim
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R.K. Emery
Mar 31, 2020 rated it it was amazing
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Think before you do.

I think this is a great book that everyone should read. It's not just about one thing, it's about life in general.

Decisions are something we make in everyday life. All day, everyday. Sometimes they can seem simple or gut reaction type decisions, but what kind of an affect on your life can a small decision make?

It's a great look at this and I loved the way Travis Towns presented it and laid it all out for us. We are giving an abundance of information as well as examples and
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Gina Stamper
Apr 01, 2020 rated it it was amazing
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This book has been super helpful. A very motivating book with many tools for achieving one’s goals in life. It provides encouragement and exercises to get you started on the journey. The book is a great guide, because success requires active participation and discipline.
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