We’ve all faced a situation where we had to make a decision. My clients mostly come to me because they want to start a business but they don’t know how to do it. They want to follow their heart but their head is giving them all the logical reasons why it won’t work.
Here’s the problem – we are not meant to make decisions with a MIND. Shocking. Our mind is there to find things for us and to explore new ideas, not to make decisions. However, we are taught at a young age you must think about things before you make a decision. You must weigh the pros/cons before you decide on something. Sounds familiar, right?
THIS IS INCORRECT! Did you know we all have a decision-making way already ingrained within us? You might make decisions using your feelings, instinct, gut response, or other ways. Whatever way you make a decision it is NEVER by using your mind to think it through. This is where you get caught in what I like to call the “endless thinking loop” which bypasses your natural decision-making skills.
When you overthink or overanalyze a situation you allow the doubt gremlin to creep in – you actually INVITE that gremlin in when you overthink. This leads to paralysis by analysis and inaction of the worst kind – usually disguised as the famous “I don’t know what I want or I don’t know what to do”.
Listen, there are SO MANY POSSIBILITIES OUT THERE FOR YOU. If you would just follow your natural decision-making way, TRUST that every decision you make is the right decision for you, and then leap – like you’ve never leaped before, you will get to the place you’ve always dreamed about. Because we all have dreams and we all have LIMITLESS potential.
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