Saturday, April 18, 2009

Suzy Welch's 10-10-10: A Life Transforming Idea

Have you ever made a decision – regarding your family or your own life - that you later regretted? Felt guilty about? Wished you could take back? Then you need to check out this great book that was just came out on April 14, 10-10-10! This book was written as a tool to help you think through the choices you are faced with and help you determine how the decision would impact your life immediately, in the short term, and over a long period of time.


10-10-10: A Life Transforming Idea was written by best-selling author Suzy Welch, a mother of four and a columnist for BusinessWeek and O, The Oprah Magazine. Welch provides moms with a decision-making practice that is simple. Through her own story and those of others, Suzy shows readers the ways in which using the 10-10-10 method can remove the emotion and uncertainty from decision-making and dramatically change how you make choices, both big and small, in your life. With every decision, all you need to do is consider your options and their consequences in ten minutes, ten months, and ten years, and then compare them to your own set of values.

While the 10-10-10 Life-Transforming Idea may not always be easy to apply, it enables Moms to think things through in a truly significant way, explain them clearly to others, prepare for the consequences of their decisions, and feel confident about their choices. Drawing on her own experience as a Mom with humor and candor along with the stories of others who rely on 10-10-10, Suzy shows readers the ways in which this method can serve a as powerful tool to utilize within our families, to teach our children to make good decisions on their own, and to build trust between parent and child.

I totally encourage you to purchase this great book and learn how to apply the idea in your life. 10-10-10 is easy to remember and a useful life management tool that will help you in your daily decision making. I love how the book is filled with many stories, they help to really bring the process to life. This process is easy to apply to both your personal and professional life. This book will help your find the life you really want to lead.


Thanks so much to Mothertalk for this great reading opportunity!

1 comments:

Pamela Kramer said...

This sounds like a really good book. I would like to pass it on to my daughter. I wonder if it would help her make better decisions?

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