February 12, 2015 0 Comments Tips

Wrong decision? How to make it right

Wrong decision? How to make it right

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A lot of the time we worry about making the wrong decision. I know I have spent hours talking over the same issue, worrying about what decision to make, what impact it will have and most importantly will it be right or will I live to regret it?

You can end up at a crossroads looking at each possible route and choosing none. You end up in no mans land, busy trying to predict the future of what each separate path will bring. Without realizing, through not making a decision, you have inadvertently decided to let things run their course. Consequently, you have left your future in the hands of the universe through not being proactive and decisive.

However this is the thing, most people regret inaction instead of action, like the
famous Mark Twain quote:

“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do.”

One of the main reasons behind indecisiveness is fear. This can be around making the wrong decision or the pressure and responsibility that comes with making a decision.
Too much analysis and thought can be a sign of not trusting yourself, whereas in
moderation it can lead to a well-informed decision.

I thought I would share a few things that you can do to help your decision making:

1. Trust Yourself & Self Belief
I believe if you follow your ‘gut instinct’ it will always lead you in the right direction. You know within yourself what the right decision is for you at that specific time of your life. The future rarely goes according to plan regardless of how well thought out that plan is. You may make a decision and something unexpected happens causing stress, However, more often than not, you will come out the other side having learnt
something. We constantly evolve and progress through making decisions and taking
opportunities that we cannot be sure where they will lead.

2. Take Action
If you feel stuck and unable to make a decision, take some sort of action while you are considering your options. Look at the problem from a different angle and work on a different aspect, whilst you grow in confidence, the answer will become clear. By doing nothing you are further entrenching stuckness and directing your energies in the wrong place.

3. Practice
If you find making decisions difficult, start becoming aware of the small decisions you make on a daily basis. Eg. What to wear for work, what to eat for lunch. We are
constantly making decisions. Everytime you are faced with a decision, practice making faster decisions, unless it’s a big one don’t put it off. Give yourself a time limit to decide in. The more you practice, the easier it will become.

4. Seek help
If indecision has become problematic and affects your life, get in touch to see how homeopathy can help to bring you back into balance.
I offer a free 15 minute telephone consultation to explore how I can help you.

Get in touch!

I would love to hear how you tackle a big decision!

If you would like to see how homeopathy has helped others, click here.

Until next time

Best wishes

Chloe


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