Do you have decision fatigue? You know, when you waffle over making decisions that should be simpler than they feel.
You make dozens of decisions every day ranging from simple ones (what to wear in the morning or what to eat) to more complex ones (whether you've outgrown a relationship or a job description).
Sure, there are areas of your life where you feel confident. And at other times, you find yourself stuck in a figure eight loop of uncertainty. Have you missed key opportunities because you couldn't make up your mind? The band Rush said it best in their song Freewill, "If you choose not to decide, you still have made a choice."
Watch the video below and in five short minutes, you'll learn how to make decisions simply, quickly and easily, no matter how complex. In only two steps, you'll be making the right decision... every time.
Do you know what you value?
Have you used what's most important to you to guide your decisions?
Do you pay attention to what gives you energy and what drains you of energy?
You have to know yourself to navigate this busy, complex world. Once you get clear on these two points, your decision-making process will be easy.In the comments section below, I would love to hear from you:
- Where in your life are you confident in your decision-making process?
- What decisions do you struggle with?
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Neha Sangwan, M.D., CEO of Intuitive Intelligence is an Internal Medicine physician and corporate communication consultant who empowers people toward better health by teaching them practical communication tools to strengthen their relationships, decrease their stress levels and create the life they want. Learn more about her at her website, DoctorNeha.com. You can also subscribe to her newsletter, become a fan on Facebook, follow her on Twitter, connect on LinkedIn, or watch her videos on Youtube.
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