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5 Mindsets for Making Better Decisions

Your success rides on what you decide

By The Breatharian BloggerPublished 2 years ago 4 min read
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5 Mindsets for Making Better Decisions
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Decision making is the process of making choices about what to do in a given situation.

It involves making a judgment about what is the best course of action to take, given the available options.

There are a number of different approaches that can be used in decision making, including rational, intuitive and creative.

The most appropriate approach will depend on the specific situation and the information available.

Making decisions can be difficult, especially when there are multiple options and conflicting information.

However, it is a necessary part of life and with practice, it can become easier.

Here are some tips to diminish any detrimental decisions:

1. Limit Your Options

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When you have too many options, it can be hard to decide.

Narrowing your options can help you focus on what's important to you.

It can also help you eliminate options that aren't really what you're looking for.

If you're feeling stuck, try limiting your options to a few that you're really interested in. You may find that making a decision is easier than you thought.

You can also ask friends or family for their opinion if you're still undecided. If you're still having trouble deciding, don't be afraid to ask for help.

The most important thing is to find an option that you're happy with.

Remember, you can always change your mind later if you're not satisfied with your decision.

2. Draw a Line Between Good and Bad Choices

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Drawing a line between good and bad choices can help you quickly identify which option is better for you.

It can help you avoid making impulsive decisions that you may regret later.

It can help you evaluate the pros and cons of each choice more objectively. It can help you better understand the possible consequences of each choice.

It can help you stay focused on your goals and objectives. It can help you avoid making decisions based on emotions.

It can help you consider all the options before making a decision. It can help you make decisions in a more rational and logical manner.

It can help you avoid making decisions that are not in your best interest. Drawing a line between good and bad choices can help you make better, more informed decisions.

3. Listen To Your Gut Feeling

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We often find ourselves stuck in a rut when we don’t listen to our gut.

Listening to your gut feeling can help you make decisions faster because you are tapping into your intuition.

When you listen to your gut, you are bypassing the logical mind and going straight to your inner knowing.

Your gut feeling is always accurate, so it can save you a lot of time and energy if you listen to it.

Listening to your gut can help you avoid making wrong decisions that you would regret later.

Trusting your gut feeling is like having a sixth sense that guides you to the right decision.

Listening to your gut can prevent you from getting caught up in analysis paralysis and indecision.

Your gut feeling is always in alignment with your highest good, so it is a wise decision-making tool.

When you listen to your gut, you are tapping into your inner wisdom and guidance.

Listening to your intuition can help you make decisions from a place of warmth and empathy.

Your intuitive feeling is always worth listening to, as it will never steer you in the wrong direction.

4. Know that Decisiveness Grows with Every Decision

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Decisiveness grows with every decision you make. The more decisions you make, the easier it becomes to make future decisions.

As you become more decisive, you will find it easier to make quick and judicious decisions.

You will also find that you are less likely to second-guess yourself.

When you are decisive, you are more likely to be confident in your decisions. This confidence will lead to you making better decisions overall.

You will also find that you are better able to handle difficult situations.

When you are decisive, people will also respect your decisions more.

Finally, when you are decisive, you are more likely to achieve your goals.

5. Think of your time as money

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“If you love life, don't waste time, for time is what life is made up of.” ~Bruce Lee

When you think of your time as money, you realize that every minute counts.

You also realize that you can't waste time on things that don't matter.

This way of thinking can help you make decisions faster because you know you need to make the most of your time.

It can also help you prioritize your time and focus on the things that are most important to you.

One of the best books that taught me this was one called “Eat That Frog” by Brian Tracy. It said that doing the most important thing, first in the day, was one of the best ways to excel and make better decisions.

When you think of your time as money, you may be more inclined to be productive with it.

You may be more likely to do things that are worth your time if you think of it as money.

Many people view money is simply energy. It’s only logical that, when you have more energy, you have more time because it allows you to do more things in the day.

The more energy you have, the more time you are able to take towards tackling opportunities that others might not because of their poor decision making.

This way of thinking can also help you value your time more. You may be less likely to waste time if you think of it as something that is valuable.

Each of these methods can also help you be more mindful of how you spend your time overall.

Thanks for reading! I trust that you were able to pick up a few nuggets on making more efficient decisions.

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