Conscious Decisions of the Heart by John WiltshireBen Rider and Nikolas Mikkelsen learn that danger comes in all shapes and sizes and often in places you least expect it.
Nikolass dark past calls to him, inexorably dragging him back into its seductive embrace. While he goes on an errand of mercy to Russia, Ben travels to Denmark to learn Nikolass language. Convinced Russias vastness will swallow Nikolas, Ben doesnt see the enemy much closer to home. Thinking he has lost Nikolas, Ben then makes a terrible decision that threatens to destroy everything they have together. Focused on this very personal horror, bound by a new level of commitment, they have no idea that a greater threat is coming. And when it arrives, it changes everything---even the definition of commitment.
Warning: This story contains the violent death of a minor character and some graphic violence.
Do you make conscious or unconscious decisions?
Leaders make two types of decisions. They are either conscious decisions or unconscious decisions. The former are traits of true leaders the latter are traits of phoney leaders. Conscious decisions are made with the data at hand the risks understood and the implications of the risk known with possible contingencies built into the decision. Conscious decisions are made despite the risk or at times because of the potential reward that goes with the risk. Taking conscious decisions does not always require courage but undoubtedly at times it does.
Bel: of neem contact op per e-mail. T he ability to make a conscious decision is one of the things that separate human beings from animals. We make choices and decisions all the time and our lives are filled with them, consciously and unconsciously. Some are rational; some are made out of emotions such as love or fear. Some decisions we make in a blink of an eye, some take us longer as we need to ponder a bit before we decide.
The similarity of the words is no doubt the reason they are confused. An important difference, and one that should point a speaker to the correct word, is the fact that they function as different parts of speech. Example of correct usage:. Incorrect: When your conscious is clear does that mean you are innocent? Correct : When your conscience is clear does that mean you are innocent? Incorrect: He remained conscience the whole ride to Kandahar Air Field. Correct : He remained conscious the whole ride to Kandahar Air Field.
Not long ago I was posed a great question by Sarah Arrow of Sarkemedia , marketing for entrepreneurs and the day blogging challenge, among many things fame.
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