Would you make a business decision off a coin flip?

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In the world of business, decision-making can often be a stressful and time-consuming process. However, sometimes a spontaneous decision can lead to unexpected success. This was the case for entrepreneur, friend, and business owner, Sarah.

Sarah was in the early stages of launching her new business, but she was struggling to make a crucial decision. She had narrowed down her options to two potential locations for her new store, but she couldn’t decide which one to choose. Both locations had their pros and cons, and Sarah was torn between the two.

One evening, Sarah was discussing her dilemma with me. We jokingly suggested they flip a coin to make the decision. At first, Sarah laughed it off, thinking it was a silly idea. But as the night went on, she couldn’t shake the thought from her mind.

The next day, Sarah found herself still unable to make a decision. She remembered the suggestion and decided to give it a try. She flipped a coin and held her breath as it spun through the air. When it landed, Sarah couldn’t believe it – the coin had landed on the location she had been secretly hoping for.

Sarah decided to trust the coin flip and went ahead with her decision. To her surprise, the location she had chosen turned out to be the perfect spot for her business. The store quickly gained a following, and Sarah’s business thrived in that location.

Reflecting on the experience, Sarah realized that sometimes, the most unexpected decisions can lead to the best outcomes. While she would never suggest making important business decisions based solely on a coin flip, she recognized that sometimes a little spontaneity can help us break out of our decision-making rut and see things from a different perspective.

Sarah’s experience highlights the importance of trusting your instincts and taking risks, even when the outcome is uncertain. In business and in life, it’s important to remember that the path to success isn’t always a straight line – sometimes, it’s the unexpected detours that lead us to our greatest achievements.

About Terry McDaniel

What motivates me? 1. Fun. 2. Learning. 3. Blessing and prospering people before profit. 4. Being the hero.
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