Growth in mind

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Decision paralysis is easy to achieve in a day filled with options and choices. So how do we filter the magnitude of decisions wisely without feeling FOMO?

It came to me the other day, that I need to think about my choices with growth in mind and the side note to this was, and always with care and consideration of others.

I’ve just finished dinner and I could choose to chill in front of Netflicks, or I could try and make sense of this idea and post it to my blog.

Seth Godin makes a wise comment that if you watch TV – then you can write…or do any of the other things, you say you “don’t have time for”.

When it comes to the side note – and always with care and consideration of others – this is about thinking past my own experience of a choice, to its potential impact on those around me. Stepping into the space of remembering that the decisions I make or don’t make can have the potential to become part of someone else’s story.

 

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