When you're agitated by a lot of ideas swirling around in your head, such as what others want you to do, what you want to do, and all the choices you have, writing things down can help you sort out all the facts, eliminate the bad ideas, and reach a conclusion that you can feel confident about. After writing and analyzing your thoughts, you'll know your solution is the right one for you. If you make your decision without the benefit of this process of self-awareness, you may not feel certain that your decision is truly your own. And if people you respect or care for have voiced an opinion about the decision, consciously honoring your own perspective is all more important.
Most of us ask other people what they think of events, feelings, and problems in our lives, but we often forget to ask ourselves what we think.
At Beginning With You, we teach you how to identify something you need to decide, and ask your own opinion:
-What do you think about whatever is happening in your life?
-How do you identify the pros and cons of your decision?
- How to review your pros and cons and teach you how to determine which is most important.
- Identify what worries you? What do you feel good about?
- Identifying what your best options are.
Winston Churchill once said, "Courage is what it takes to stand up and speak, courage is also what it takes to sit down and listen." When will you begin to create change in your life? When will you begin with you?
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