"Yes" or "No" presents a brilliant and highly effective system that anyone can use to make better business and personal decisions--naturally and easily.
It is the story of the journey of a young man who takes a weekend hike and ascends a mountain in the company of "the guide" and several experienced executives.
By following the counsel of the guide and his hiking companions, the young man learns to break through confusion to:focus on real needs, rather than mere wantsrecognize the many options in each situationsee, in advance, the likely consequences of actionsuse insight, intuition, and integrity to determine the best course of action
and, in the process, gain peace of mind, self-confidence and freedom from fear....Continua
I USE MY HEAD, by asking myself a practical question:
AM I MEETING THE REAL NEED, INFORMING MYSELF OF OPTIONS, AND THINKING IT THROUGH?
Is it a mere want or a real need? What information do I need? Have I created options? If I did "x", then what would happen? Then what?
I CONSULT MY HEART, by asking myself a private question:
DOES MY DECISION SHOW I AM HONEST WITH MYSELF, TRUST MY INTUITION, AND DESERVE BETTER?
Am I telling myself the truth? Does this feel right? What would I decide if I wasn't afraid? What would I do if I deserved better?