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“The art of life lies in a constant readjustment to our surroundings.”
Kakuzo Okakura, The Book of Tea
From the moment we arise in the morning, we are faced with a barrage of decisions. Many decisions, like what to wear or what to have for breakfast, are largely made on autopilot. Other decisions, like organizing your day to juggle competing needs and responsibilities, require more conscious effort. Finally, there are those seemingly momentous or life-changing decisions, like which house to buy or what career to follow. These are the most difficult to make because they seem more permanent. When I coach with people, they often feel paralyzed making life-changing decision because they think there’s no turning back. They convince themselves that these decisions are irrevocable. Not so!
Even the most momentous decisions are not set in concrete. You can change your mind. And even if past indecision means some opportunities pass you by, you can still go in new, life-giving directions today. In fact, there may be even more interesting options available.
If you feel stuck and unable to move, call me for a free coaching session. Together, we’ll get you moving forward again.