Do you ever find yourself putting off making a decision?
There’s probably a lot of back and forth and even having full conversations in your head about how things will turn out. I call it “the spins.”
It’s important to realize that delaying a decision is a decision too.
You can let the not making the decision be the answer…or you can look deeper into how making a decision can help you learn to trust yourself and even love yourself more.
In many cases, not making that decision is about your worthiness, it’s about making other people uncomfortable, and it’s often about fearing the unknown.
Here’s the secret–not making the decision is often about not wanting to take action.
You have already decided, you just don’t want to do the seemingly hard work of following through.
The phrase “I don’t know” will often be on loop in your mind while you are deciding.
This phrase–let’s face facts–is a lie, and it is a bad review of actual events.
The truth is that you do know what you want.
You can have what you want.
You can put yourself first.
You can choose your passion…even over what makes sense on paper.
You probably want to avoid hurting someone or being rejected.
Not making the decision and not moving forward in action is deciding that right here, right now is good enough even though your heart longs for more.
The longer it takes for you to make a decision and take action, the more data that your subconscious receives about keeping you still (aka stuck)because of your insecurities. This actually causes you to lose self-trust and self-worth.
You and your heart do not have time for this.
The good news is that making a decision, even one that turns out to be a big, fat failure, is healthier than making no decision at all.
And although we love to talk about how failing makes us better, stronger, smarter, and more confident, we are still afraid of it at times. The fear doesn’t make that idea untrue.
So make your decision.
Mess some things up.
You’ll actually end up loving and trusting yourself more simply because you made the decision and took action.
So what is it that you’ve been waiting to decide?
Will you decide today?
What is your decision?
What is your action?
Go get it, sister!