Make Those Tough Decisions

Stop Overthinking, Start Instincting

Someone once told me, “The hardest decision to make is usually the right one.” I have found this to be so true when I reflect upon my life’s journey, with all its ups and downs. Moreover, I have found that my gut told me what to do even before I followed through on it with my words and actions. When my heart would tell me I was not with the right guy, my head would take significantly longer to act on this instinct.

Accordingly, I have started to rely more on my gut instincts and less on my brain when it comes to making those tough decisions. Here is a list of tips that will help you trust your gut, more often than not:

1. Write

Write down what your gut is telling you. This will give that gut feeling more credibility to your brain. Review your notes after a little time has passed, so you can be assured your feeling still feels right after confronting it on paper.

2. Share

Tell your partner, friend, or close family member what your gut is telling you. Discuss these feelings openly and honestly without holding back. Make sure you share with someone you trust who has your best interests in mind.

3. Ruminate

Think about events that have happened or things that were said that led to this gut feeling. This will shed more light on your current plan.

4. Evaluate

Analyze your track record of gut feelings. Did they usually steer you in the right direction? If so, this is more of a reason to follow through. If not, take some more time to evaluate your choice.

5. Judge

Did the gut feeling happen once or is it resonating? Sometimes, we panic and get a gut reaction, but if it stays around and gets more intense, then you better heed the warning.

“Use your intuition to solve tough work issues.” – Psychic Abrielle ext. 9894

6. Compare

Do you have bad AND good gut feelings? That good feeling is like butterflies in your stomach or experiencing a natural high? If you trust that feeling, why not trust your bad gut feeling too?

7. Decide

Either go with your gut or don’t, but try not to stew in your doubt mode for too long because this will drive you crazy. Indecision is worse than making a bad decision because you are not moving forward.

8. Gratitude

Celebrate the fact that you went with your gut and trusted yourself enough to do what you felt was the right move, no matter how it turns out. The philosopher Immanuel Kant believed that good intention should always overshadow a bad outcome.

“When it comes to your paycheck/money/finances, instead of thinking: ‘That’s not enough,’ think with the attitude of gratitude by blessing what you’ve got. Soon, a greater flow of money will come to you.” – Psychic Kallista ext. 9623

You can only think about making a decision for so long before acting on it; otherwise, you stagnate and may even miss your chance! Objects expire, places change, people move on, so many times decisions need to be made before it is too late; thus, a decision will be made FOR you. I think that trusting one’s gut instincts often is the way to go as long as you are not doing something illegal or harmful. Moreover, you will feel good after making a tough decision in which you did what felt right on the inside.

Tough decisions lead to life-altering events, which naturally make us nervous. If you are having trouble before or after making a tough decision, consider calling a psychic to get more insight, support, and further direction. A psychic could help you determine the best time, place, and way to make your tough decision. Going with your gut is a good idea, especially if someone with good intuition and a sense of your energy can affirm your choice in the process. Trust me, calling a psychic will be one of the best decisions you ever make.

Try it today and experience a better tomorrow!

3 thoughts on “Make Those Tough Decisions

  1. LJ

    Great advice – some of life’s most puzzling questions start in the mind and end up landing in our guts. When it’s all too much though, when it’s too confusing to feel the gut, talking it out with someone can really put it all in perspective, thanks.

  2. Gina Rose ext.9500Gina Rose ext.9500

    Nice tips, Melody Lee !!!!

    I reside in a very rural area in the mountains with winding and twisting roads and I’ve learned to trust my gut feeling when driving which has saved me several times now from plowing into a deer, elk, or somebody’s cow that has escaped a pasture. LOL


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