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Indecision is the greatest thief of opportunity. ~Jim Rohn

Indecision refers to a state of hesitation or uncertainty. It is a common human experience that can arise from various factors, such as conflicting options, fear of making the wrong choice, lack of information, or personal doubts.

Here are some ideas to help you avoid getting bogged down by indecision and missing out on opportunities:

Identifying the cause of hesitation can be a great place to start.

Is it conflicting options or fear of the outcome?

Is it a need for more information? Information can lead to clarity.

Does it positively meet your core beliefs?

Does it fit with your long-term goals or aspirations?

What do my trusted friends say about this?

Is it conflicting with your intuition and my logical reasoning?

When I face indecision, my anxiety goes up and my intellect goes down. Obtaining as many facts as possible is crucial to causing my intellect and emotions to be in balance.

I want to write copiously as I try to figure out the answers to these four questions.

1) What do I know about this decision?

2) What do I not know about this decision?

3) What can I do about this decision?

4) What can I not do about this decision?

The more I write, the clearer it is to me what to do.

Indecision is a normal part of the decision-making process. It's okay to consider your options, but it's essential to choose and move forward at some point.

Are you indecisive? Is it threatening your opportunity?

Watch for the blind spots.

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