How do people make decisions? Not better decisions, the right ones, or even the wrong ones, but any decision from the mundane reality of “What will we have for dinner?” to the existentially provocative, “What can I do to make sure my life has meaning and purpose?” As members of the digitally-enhanced human race, we have an abundance of data, information, and opinions that can help us. And yet, we still struggle to make decisions that are timely and important. In today’s monologue, I’m going to explore the clues surrounding us in the land of indecision.
Clues to look for in the land of indecisions:
- Clue #1: The amount of decisions.
- Clue #2: When decisions need to be made.
- Clue #3: The fear connected to making decisions.
- Clue #4: The imagined consequences of your decisions.
- Clue #5: The connection of your actions to the purpose of your life.
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