A good way to find out is to keep a running list…label 2 columns in a regular notebook: like and dislike.
Note anything you think of.
Do this for a couple of weeks.
You may think the exercise is silly, and you know where you stand on things, but writing them down and acknowledging them can make your preferences clear to you.
By getting clear on where you stand on things, you have better information to make your decisions.
She goes on to explain why this works. “When you physically move, your brain starts to build new habits. When you do something you are not used to doing, you are in the act of building new habits and erasing existing ones.” Taking action within 5 seconds of being hit with the idea or inspiration will drastically reduce te possibility of your mind interfering with the decision or idea. Try it! It works.
What decisions are you having trouble making?
Have you used or will you try any of these suggestions to know your heart and mind and make decision making easier? I’d love to hear about it in the comments below!