How To Make Easier Decisions

how to make easier decisions

I really don't believe there's any such thing as a wrong decision.

As humans, we are constantly making decisions based on the information and our thinking available to us at the time. It's important to remember that our understanding of a situation can evolve over time, which may lead us to make different choices in the future.

However, it's crucial to trust that we made the best decision possible with the knowledge we had at the time and that's ok. It's unnecessary and unfair to be hard on ourselves for any past decisions we've made that we may now make differently.

It's natural to reflect on past decisions and wonder if we could have done things differently.

However, it's essential to recognise that hindsight is a wonderful thing, and we cannot change the past.

Instead, we can focus on learning from our experiences and using that awareness and understanding to inform our future decisions.

So, if you find yourself dwelling on a past decision, try to reframe your thinking.

Acknowledge that you did the best you could with the information you had at the time. Use this as an opportunity to grow and learn, rather than beating yourself up over something that cannot be changed.

Remember, life is ongoing, and we are constantly learning and growing. Embrace the lessons learned from past decisions and use them to make more choices with ease in the future.

Decision making is easy when we learn to listen, trust and have believe in the idea that we know best. Follow your gut and your own wisdom as it will always guide you.

If you're struggling with a decision right now, let me ask you to try this:
Michael Neil talks in his Supercoach book about flipping a coin to make a decision and notice your reaction to the result!

Try it and let me know in the comments below what happens!

I encourage you to reflect on what feels right for YOU.

Nobody knows what's best for you, other than you.

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Kristina Smith

I love the coin flipping suggestion, I'm definitely going to try this, thanks!

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Lorraine b

So needed to hear this today as I've been berating myself for 5 weeks over decisions I made. Thankyou 

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