How to Decide: Yes or No

All of us are bombarded with tons to do each day. The trick is learning to prioritize what’s best. As a leader I’m constantly having to make decisions on where to invest my time when it comes to leading our church. I can’t say yes to everything. That means I must be strategic in what I do say yes to.

For me praying and seeking God’s wisdom is crucial in knowing how best to use my time. Part of this wisdom is learning to ask key questions. The chart below walks you through 4 helpful questions when making this decision. Check it out:


What would you add? What criteria do you use when making a decision like this? Share below.

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  1. Thanks for the a new challenge you have discovered in your blog post. One thing I would like to touch upon is that FSBO interactions are built over time. By presenting yourself to owners the first weekend their FSBO is actually announced, before the masses begin calling on Thursday, you make a good connection. By sending them tools, educational products, free reports, and forms, you become an ally. Through a personal affinity for them along with their problem, you generate a solid connection that, most of the time, pays off when the owners opt with a representative they know and also trust – preferably you actually.

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