Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Decisions, Decisions

Decision, Decisions. Do you have difficulty making decisions? Do you avoid making decisions?  When confronted with a decision to make, do you simply state, “I don’t know.” Even more importantly do you forfeit the right to make a decision and allow others to decide for you? People who have difficulty making decisions often lack trust. They do not trust themselves to make a good decision. They are afraid of making a mistake. In an effort to avoid making mistakes, they avoid making decisions. They falsely believe that if others make a decision for them, then they will not be responsible for the outcome. In other words, instead of trust, the person feels afraid. They are afraid of making a mistake, affecting others, and/or causing an undesirable outcome. If you understand that nothing happens by accident you can begin to let go of the fear of making a mistake. You can instead trust that all is exactly right.  Learn to decide b what you feel rather than what you think. Allow your heart to guide you in your decisions. What does our heart decide?

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