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We’ve all been there, right? Whether it’s about your career, relationships, finances or health…
You’ve got an important decision to make, but you’re legitimately torn. Part of you wants to be bold and say yes, but another part of you wonders if you should say no and play it safe.
Is that pit in your stomach your intuition trying to send you an important signal? Or is that queasy feeling just good ol’ fear clouding your decision making process once again — doing its best to keep you inside your comfort zone.
If you ever feel anxious and confused when you’re about to make a big decision, this episode’s for you.
When it comes to decision making, intuition and fear can feel eerily similar.Despite our fears, most decisions aren’t permanent. Most things you can stop, evolve or reverse. Click To Tweet
You’ll learn four simple tests that can help you make smart decisions, every time. What’s great about these four tests is that they work together synergistically. When used together, you’ll leverage your rational, physical, intuitive, and experiential intelligence to make better, wiser decisions.
This is one to bookmark and share.
Check out this episode on The Marie Forleo Podcast
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Now I’d love to hear from you. Tell me:
- What’s your favorite method for decision making? How do you distinguish fear from intuition? And if you’d like…
- Tell me about an important decision you’re considering right now. What are some specific exciting payoffs that may likely come if you move forward and say yes? (Hint: this is the BCS test from the episode.)
Post your answers in the comments below.
Remember, share as much detail as possible in your reply. Thousands of incredible souls come here each week for insight and inspiration, and your examples may help someone else find the courage they need to make a brave choice.
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As you know, decision making is a crucial skill that impacts every area of your life. Having these four practical tools to support your decision making process will give you more strength and clarity as you move ahead.
Thank you a million times over for watching, sharing and adding your perspective. You bring so much depth and richness to this world (and to me!)
With so much love,