I have worked with a lot of clients using The Decision Smith App to help them make decisions that they are struggling to make on their own.
Our conversations get very deep, emotional and honest very quickly.
It has to be that way. That’s the only way it works.
At the end of our calls, the most thanks I get is encouraging them to be honest with themselves; for digging deep and asking the tough questions that they’ve unconsciously avoided – until now.
One prevailing concern keeps surfacing over and over again…
I made that decision in the past, so if I change my mind and chart a new course, I’m frustrated with myself for making the “wrong” decision in the first place.
Whether you made that decision 20 years ago, or last week, if you now have new information that would lead you to making a new decision about how to move forward, give yourself that permission.
People change. People do things you don’t expect. You change. Your situation changes. You might just surprise yourself.
But don’t sit on the fence waffling about making a tough decision because you’re being hard on yourself.
In the long run, if you don’t make the decision, it will be feel far worse for you than the frustration you feel about decisions made in the past.
That was then, this is now.
So cut yourself some slack about your past and move forward. You owe it to YOU to make it your best life possible and no one else can do that for you.
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