What is indecision costing you and your family?

I’ve been reflecting on the subtle yet significant difference between indecision and hesitating, or pausing, in decision-making. Let’s delve deeper into these concepts:

Indecision: It’s that overwhelming sense of being stuck, where swirling thoughts prevent you from making any decision at all. It’s characterized by stress, endless discussions, and a feeling of immobility.

Pausing: On the other hand, pausing is a conscious choice. It’s a momentary break to gather your thoughts, gain clarity, and approach the decision with a fresh perspective.

The Power of the Pause:

  • Clarity: A pause allows you to step back and connect with what you truly want, leading to more informed decisions.
  • Problem-Solving: It helps you understand the problem better, ensuring you’re addressing the right issue.
  • Stress Reduction: Taking a pause can alleviate the pressure, allowing you to approach the decision with a calmer mindset.

Do You Know How to Make a Good Decision After Pausing? Pausing is beneficial, but it’s crucial to know how to proceed afterward. 

This week, remind yourself to PAUSE.

If you find yourself struggling with indecision or unsure how to make a good decision after pausing, don’t hesitate to reach out. I’m here to help you navigate the decision-making process with confidence and clarity.

    Warm regards,

    Amy Day

      Decision Coach

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