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#115: OVERCOMING INDECISION

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OVERCOMING INDECISION
When you have to make a choice and don’t make it, that is itself a choice.
–William James, American psychologist and philosopher

EPISODE #115
 

In this week’s episode we will be talking about:

How you can conquer indecision.
Four active strategies on how to be more decisive
The benefits of decisiveness and how they will positively impact your life

 

 
“It’s not hard to make decisions once you know what your values are.” –Roy E. Disney
CONQUERING INDECISION

You can conquer indecision.

To truly live is to be decisive.

Decisiveness gives you an advantage in life … it is a gift, which means you can develop it.

 

BENEFITS OF DECISIVENESS:

Builds confidence

Reduces procrastination

Promotes self-trust

Expresses leadership

Eliminates anxiety

Improves productivity

Gives you an advantage in life

 

 STRATEGIES TO OVERCOME INDECISION:

 

Make a decision within 48 hours on the big stuff.

 

Make a decision within 60 seconds on the small stuff.

 

Know what you want out of life.

 

Get an accountability coach.

 

 

BONUS THOUGHT OF THE WEEK:

Are you expressing your gratitude well?

“True gratitude can’t remain silent, it must express itself” –Joel Osteen

If you want to express gratitude to me for hosting this show or to the community of Be Morers out there, then please consider leaving a review in iTunes. It would be my honor to shout out your name on the air with a virtual high five and hug!

 

LISTENER OF THE EPISODE:

 

I wanted to write and thank you very much for your recent show on anger. I listened to it 3 times, and cried each time. Your show made me realize just how angry and broken that I am, and what I have to do to get over it and move on. In 2008, after

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