The Art of Making Difficult Decisions
For each car purchase, a person plans and researches for 20 hours on average. But the really important decisions in life are postponed until tomorrow, the day after tomorrow, and ultimately postponed until doomsday. One drags on for years to the same hated job, purposely avoids conflicts, or keeps alive a relationship which is past remedy. People who avoid decision making give up control over their lives. Instead of making decisions oneself, one is controlled by circumstances or other people. At best, one ends up at the wrong destination, at worst in a disaster. Professionally and personally. The book shows how to keep control in the important moments of life. Only those who do not hand over control, but instead accept responsibility for their own lives, such as „Sully“ Sullenberger, who safely landed his Airbus A320 in the Hudson River after a failure of two engines - instead of crashing over Manhattan, can successfully determine their own fate. A lively and enthralling work that points one toward selfdetermination and fulfillment with great examples from the world of aviation.
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»Gripping, entertaining and casual« - Hamburger Abendblatt
»High-quality entertainment enriched with thoughtfulness. Known content about the difficulty and need to make decisions, are offered lovingly, sometimes sardonic, sometimes staggering. He always creates dismay, but never at the expense of others.« - Christiane Grabow, managerseminare