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Making a decision is hard, and sticking to it is even harder. Decisions are not easy to make. and when you have to make life-changing decisions, you are caught up in the dilemma whether your decision is right or wrong, how the people around you will take it, how will you implement it in actual life and all of that. Here are the secrets:
1. Know your goal:
Begin yourself by asking questions like what do I want? what is my goal? how can I achieve it? When you will get the answer to these questions, you will be clear about what you want and need. And this will help you in taking the first step towards your success which you were always trying to make.
2. Understand your options:
Its very important to understand your options if you want to make a good decision. You won't be able to make good decisions if you don't know exactly how many options you have. So, take some time and understand your options. Then make a pros and cons list of your options, go through them and decide which option is best for you according to your given situation.
3. Eliminate the unnecessary:
It isn't always about focusing on what you want. Most of the time it's about focusing on what you don't want. Try to find out what is unnecessary or unwanted and eliminate it. Try to spend your time and energy on something which really needs your attention and which will help you in stepping a stair up in life.
4. Don't overthink:
Overthinking is the worst kind of thought process. It may prevent you from making a good decision. Don't obsess over the worst case scenario, I know it happens but not most of the time. So, stop obsessing over them. Instead, go for a run or walk. Try to become aware of your body and mind.
5. Take your own advice:
Look yourself in the mirror and try pretending that the reflection in front of you is not you but someone else, maybe a friend of yours who is in the same situation which you are facing. What advice would you give her? How will you help her with her situation? By removing yourself from a situation, you can gain a clearer persective from a third party perspective.