Rainbow Over the Valley

Reflect on your decision-making process

Have you ever stood at a decision-making crossroads, not just for yourself but also for those you care for, like a young child or an aging parent? Assuming the role of a decision proxy or supporter can be both a rewarding and a challenging experience.

Let’s pause for a moment and think: In our decision-making, do we rely on gut instincts or meticulously crafted plans? Are we quick to act and adjust, or do we often find ourselves lost in overthinking?

I recently had a conversation with a mother managing decisions for her elementary-age child and her elderly father. She described each decision as an uncharted journey, navigating without a map. It made me wonder how many of us are on similar paths, yet unaware of our decision-making patterns.

This week, I invite you to engage in a revealing exercise: Reflect on your decision-making process.

Ask yourself,

  • What is my current decision-making approach? Is it guided by intuition, driven by logic, or something entirely unique?
  • Does this method serve me and my loved ones effectively?
  • Do you want to feel more assured, trusting yourself in making the right choices?

I’d love to know more about your experience. Reply to this email or comment on YouTube about the decision system you use and its impact on your life. Remember, realizing how we make decisions is the first step toward meaningful change.

By understanding and questioning our decision-making habits, we can empower ourselves to enhance our approaches, ultimately enriching the lives of those we care for and ourselves.

Looking forward to hearing your stories and insights!

    Warm regards,

    Amy Day

      Decision Coach