I write a lot about decision making. So much of clutter and other stuff that's in your way is the result of not making decisions about it. The pile of needed decisions keeps growing till you just get overwhelmed by it and then the simplest decision seems strenuous. That naturally induces procrastination.
Why decide? Here's why:
- When you don't decide, others do it for you. Are they going to pick the choice you want? Uh-uh.
- The longer you wait to decide, the more likely your desired option(s) will expire or otherwise go away
- When you avoid deciding to keep your options open, you still don't have that thing you want. You just have the option to have it. Would you rather have the daydream or the real thing?
- When you boldly make decisions, you stir up positive energy. You take action. You move. You pull it off.
Decision making is a skill you can learn. I'm almost ready to publish my new info program about decision making and habit building, where I teach you both those vital skills. So, stay tuned, or drop me a line in the comments. What can I help you with today?
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