Thursday, November 27, 2008
Locus of Decision
One of my professors always used to say this "why do you decide based on others? Why is your decision influenced? Why is your locus of decision always somebody else?"
I would always answer this in my heart, "we are learning, we are not experienced, we don't know what's outside. Those who are learned, experienced and seen outside world influence us."
But now I think I need to change my answer.
We'll keep on learning for the whole life. Does it mean our decisions get influenced by the learned. Then what do we have to offer? What will be our contribution? What about the thought process that goes into our mind?