by Susan McCarthy
If you want to begin changing your life by clearing the clutter and distractions that add obstacles to your path, you want to build your decision-making skills. Whether you’re working on decluttering your space or your schedule, you are asking questions like,
Decisions, decisions, decisions. And even if they aren’t life-changing questions (for example, will I ever wear this pink sweater again?), you must decide if you want to move forward. And if you spend too much time in the land of “I don’t know,” you’ll be busy, but nothing will really get done. This is both frustrating and exhausting.
Hot Decisions, Cold Decisions
If you have difficulty making decisions, then chances are your choices lack decisiveness. Instead, they may fall into hot decisions, which you need to decide upon now now now NOW!
If you’ve made decisions like this in the past, depending on the situation, you may appreciate how quickly you could think, or you may have regretted your impulsiveness. Grabbing the arm of the stranger you see about to step into traffic, fantastic quick decision-making. Agreeing to a project without considering your current schedule, not too great a choice.
Cold decisions are those where you dawdle making up your mind after considering too many elements. You’re burnt out from overthinking and you make a decision for the sake of having made a decision. Unfortunately, by the time you make that decision, it may be moot – someone else has made the decision, the offer has expired, or all that thinking has drained the joy out of what you have opted to do.
Hi, I’m Susan.
And I’m here to help you clear the things cluttering your life so you can do and have more of what’s important to you.
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