It’s time to Make Some Decisions – Sue Sadana
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It’s time to Make Some Decisions

Every time you need to make a decision does your stomach start to feel sick. Sometimes it is so stressful that you actually don’t make it!! And you kind of think your friend Mr.procrastination has saved the day! Except that now you spend the rest of the time not only worrying about the decision but also stressed that you have put it off.And this is a vicious circle. This is what we s called decision debt. Which is similar to consumer debt. You know when you buy a pair of shoes on your credit card that you can’t pay cash for and you feel good for a little while but then you wake up to the reality that you have to pay for the shoes and the extra money for the credit card company!

The best way to deal with decision debt my friends is to start making decisions ahead of time. Pick a day and write out all the decisions you have to make in the next week and literally go through each one and makit. Include even decisions regarding social and fun activities.Write down the decisions made so you don’t have to wonder what they were. In the beginning it will be helpful to read this list everyday. That way your brain no longer has to focus on making the decision and can just focus on figuring out what actions you need to take. Your brain likes to achieve goals so if it knows what it has to do the pressure is off!

Try This On and see how it feels. You will be surprised how much you start accomplishing and how much less energy your brain needs to spend on worrying!