This week's question from my portal “The Neagle Code: Directions for Life” comes from someone who wishes to remain anonymous.
In my business, I’ve been working on creating a digital course. But I’m having trouble making decisions on how to actually set it up and market it.
There are many pieces to my course, and there are multiple ways I can go about setting these up. I’m having trouble narrowing it down. I ask myself, “What’s the best way to do this?” And I get stuck in the ‘how.’
I can easily decide between two options just fine. But if there are several options to choose from, I stop. It makes me freeze. I stop because I’m not sure how to do something. I start overthinking it.
How do I not stop when it comes to making decisions?
In some of these situations, it’d probably be best if you reached out to someone to ask them for their expertise, and what’s the best way to do it.
If it’s something you already know and you’re trying to choose — and you’re just getting stuck in the indecision — your brain is searching for something. It’s usually searching for some kind of certainty.
If we’re considering two options, we know the “facts” about those two things, but we don’t really know anything beyond that.
So, we just have to pick one.
Pick one thing, do it, then see what the results are. If you don’t like the results, you can change it.
If you stay in indecision, all this does is allow your imagination to start running down rabbit holes and creating scenarios that are both good and bad… none of which are necessarily true.
You have to pick something.
But you also have to be careful, because in the cases where you don’t know about what you’re doing — or what’s the best thing that needs to be done — if there’s an expert who does know, you need to reach out and ask for their help.
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