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Break Up with Indecision

Posted on October 12, 2015 under Career & Work

The speed of your business and career directly correlates to your ability to make rapid and sound decisions.

The more decisions you make, the faster you gain more employment opportunities, grow your client base, or hit your financial goals.

And conversely, the more you hesitate, procrastinate, and double-guess what you deep-down already know to be true, the more you will slow down or halt any progress that you desire.

Indecision is a painful cycle of unrealized dreams clouded by the triple-threat of fear, uncertainty, and doubt.

Indecision is nothing but the perpetuation of horrible self-abuse.

Yes, I said self-abuse.

It's how we keep ourselves safe in our familiar, yet crappy, situations.

We know from bitter experience that we can survive this awful situation, so we gamble away our potential to stay “safe” in a place that isn't safe.

The unfamiliar – even the incredibly positive unfamiliar – is dripping with the dread of the unknown. We've never been here before so we don't know.

The good news is that it's a behavioral habit that can be changed…IF and only if you DECIDE to break up with indecision.

Are you ready to drop indecision like a hot potato?

It requires saying YES to what you want on a newer, higher level that you've never done before.

I means 1000% dedication to creating the future outcomes you want.

It looks like living life in the final 24 hours of your life. Would you hesitate and hem and haw then? I think not.

Kick indecision to the curb TODAY.

Here's how to break up with indecision:

Here's an example of what it looks like:

Breaking through the chains of indecision is an entirely freeing experience and exponentially increases your ability to make change happen NOW.

What decisions you are avoiding?

-Kelley A. Joyce, MBA, CPC

Kelley is a career development coach who is dedicated to helping people discover their career path and land their dream jobs. Kelley and her partner Josh live in New York City from which she has served hundreds of professionals across the U.S., U.K., and Australia since 2012 to radically change their relationship with work.

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