Friday, October 18, 2013
Decision making is actually straight forward when you trust in your inner wisdom to find the appropriate answer for you.
In his book, "Supercoach", Michael Neill essentially talks about two questions, to help you arrive at better decisions.
You can apply these questions to decisions you need to make around your career, your relationships, or whether or not you want to buy a pet...
Question 1: Do you want it?
Quite simply ask yourself if you want something:
"I want to be writing this article for you."
"I want to be sipping my coffee."
"I want to ask for a raise this quarter."
"I want to continue being trodden on."
"I want to continue to lie."
"I want to worry about money."
If you do want to, do it. And if you don't want to, don't.
Question 2: What do you think?
Trust yourself and tap into your inner wisdom to guide you in making your choices. As Neill points out:
"Wisdom is ever present and always kind.
Wisdom comes most often in the midst of inner quiet.
Wisdom feels right, even if it doesn't feel good."
What decisions do you need to make today?