Good Choices

We need to know how to make good choices at this level [what we should be doing with our lives] without expecting to have a map that tells us every detail.

What’s Best Next p. 39

Good choices: that’s wisdom and discernment at play. And that demands 1) an active relationship with God through his Spirit and his word and 2) an active relationship with other Godly people who can help us see our blind spots and where we’re deceiving ourselves. 

Summary of Chapter 1: “Why Is it So Hard to Get Things Done”

With the shift from an industrial to a knowledge economy, the villain of ambiguity (not knowing how to define our work and manage ourselves for effectiveness) must be overcome. With the rise of mass connectivity, the villain of overload must be overcome. 

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