How To Make A Decision Without All The Facts

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There are those times when you know something has to change. The change needs to come RIGHT NOW and you know that now is the time. In order for you to have the life you really want, sometimes a decision needs to be made quickly when you do not have all the facts.

Here’s how.

Listen to your intuition

There is a soft, yet insistent voice that ‘sounds’ just like yours. You hear it all the time but you think you are talking to yourself. This voice is a voice of reason. It is confident. It whispers instructions. It is never fearful or derogatory. It tells you the truth and offers guidance. You fear it because it sometimes instructs you to do things that are not logical.

It is very important to listen to this advice that goes against your logic. Your logic is based on your past experiences and intellectual knowledge and those don’t dictate the immense possibilities of your future. If your intuition says “Leave” Do it.

Go with what feels good

If you’re happy and you know it, go with that.
If you’re happy and you know it, go with that.
If you’re happy and you know it then your smile will surely show it.
If you’re happy and you know it, go with that.

Decide what you want and go after that

What do you WANT to happen? No, we’re not paying any attention to your worst fears or what your parents warned you might happen. What do you want? What will make your heart sing? What if the best possible outcome were to come to pass? What would you have to do to make it happen?

There. Go that way.

Remember, no matter what happens, you can always try again. No failure is permanent and there is a building lesson to be learned from every decision made. Go ahead and learn the lessons necessary to build your wisdom and skill set so that you will easily bounce back from all of life’s transitions. Nothing can break you.


For My Savvy Sisters: Can you recall a time when you made a decision without all of the facts and it turned out to benefit you?

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