For years, I used to judge myself about the decisions I had made in life. The problem was that I was becoming very critical, judgmental and uncertain about my decision making ability to the point where I would question myself about every current decision I had to make.
If you have ever found yourself in a similar situation, you know how truly pathetic it is.
I imagined that “other brilliant examples of people” were always able to make the right decisions in the end. That they always got it right and were very happy for their choices. Now and then.
Thankfully, I had a revelation the other day while talking to a friend.
Once I stopped wasting time and energy in rethinking of all the things I would have done or I could have done differently, I realised something big.
All my thoughts about other people and about my decision making were total B.S.
The thing I failed to realise was that in reality, I wouldn’t be the person I’m today if it wasn’t for the decisions I had made in the past. Each decision had tremendous value behind it and it is not just a matter of judging whether it was the right one or the wrong one.
That’s why I was so happy when one of our viewers asked a question about what it takes to make a right decision in life and in particular in his career.
Here is today’s tweet: “Security is not having things; it’s handling things”.Susan Jeffers@EvaLychrou
In its simplest form, the truth is that every path you take in life is the right now. It’s the right one as it enables you to find out more about yourself and about the things that you desire in life.
And this simple idea enables you to have a win-win approach in mind whenever you are about to make a decision.
Now I would love to hear from you. Specifically, what has been the best tip you have used when making up your mind about something? Was there a point from today’s episode that helped you strengthen your ability in the decision making process?
Leave a comment below and let me know.
Thank you in advance for watching, caring and sharing.