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Hi Guys, I am attaching a excellent ppt on "Decision Making." Hope U would like it. Prafulla Khedkar
From India, Pune

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Hi Mr Khedkar I tried to view your ppt but it didn’t open and it’s saying the file is corrupt. Can you upload the file again? Thanks P Meetei
From India, Delhi
It was a great expression of thought, but what is seen majorly in the big organizations is that the person who follows evrything correctly is the one who suffers with promotions & rewards & recognitions....I related it to that situtaion and I found it the best PPT....
Thanks for sharing!!!!

From United Kingdom, Edinburgh

Courage is a hard thing to figure. You can have courage based on a dumb idea or mistake, but you’re not supposed to question adults or your coach or your teacher because they make the rules. May be they know best, but may be they don’t.

It all depends on who you are, where you come from. Didn’t at least one of the six hundred guys think about giving up and joining with the other side?

I mean, valley of death that’s pretty salty stuff. That’s why courage it’s tricky. Should you always do what others tell you to do?

Sometimes you might not even know why you’re doing something. I mean any fool can have courage. But honor, that’s the real reason you either do something or you don’t. It’s who you are may be who you want to be.

If you die trying for something important that you have both honor and courage and that’s pretty good. That you should hope for courage and try for honor. And maybe even pray that the people telling you what to do have some, too.

from the movie the blind side

From India, Warangal

An old article presented in an attractive way. Especially the last statement is perfectly right.
From India, Bangalore

Dear Khedkar, Very Very Good!!!!!!!! Thanx a lot. In many situation people tend to take the most convenient decision knowing very well that it is not the corect decision. Expediency often proves to be very costly. Great job !!!!! Kudos: KK
From India, Bhopal

Thank you Mr Khedkar for this wonderful sharing. I truly appreciate your time invested in preparing such a ppt.
From India, Mumbai

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You must have got bored reading our compliments but nevertheless one more compliment. Very good presentation. It is high time people do what is right rather than try to be right. Rgds
From India, Visakhapatnam
Good-one, Have a message to the people who are negligent about guidelines always & causes to kill who obeys the same. Thank you. Shreekanth, Bangalore
From India, Bangalore
MaryAnn Drego
Hi Prafulla,
That's an amazing ppt. Excellent food for thought. However, in a situation like the one which was shown on the ppt, one has to make a quick decision and very often the time needed to analyze the situation is just not there. Therefore, decisions that are made could eventually be wrong, but one cannot blame yourself.
However, when you have the time to think things through, and analyze the same, this ppt is very helpful i.e. to keep in mind the end effect of our decisions and to avoid making snap decisions.

From India, Mumbai
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