Expanding your Choices. Expanding your Decisions.

“Your life changes the moment you make a new, congruent, and committed decision.”Anthony Robbins

Apparently, the words ‘choose‘ and ‘decide‘ are synonymous. However, for me, they have very different actions and meanings. I’ll show you better.

Many choices we make in the course of our lives may or may not be conscious. Some are even instinctive, yet they are choices.

When we make decisions, it is closed, it’s a final point. It’s a conscious’ attitude.

When making a decision requires us to think better because once we decide, it is unlikely to go back.

Why did I decide to choose this topic today?

First, for the last months, a large part of the world’s population is in their homes, quarantined because of COVID – 19.

How many of us are not satisfied with the isolation measures imposed by the government?

In this case, the decision was imposed; it is not a choice. But the action in choosing to obey or not with the measures and rules is still ours. Everything will depend on your final decision.

Are you usually a person who likes to make decisions or prefer to make choices?

I see that making a choice is more flexible, where I may or may not go back. The decision is like when we make a promise to someone. Hardly you will change your mind.

How many important decisions do you remember making in your life?

Did any of them have an important effect on you?

Share with us, if it’s possible….

Keep safe!

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Is intuitive action a choice?

“It is our choices, Harry, that show what we truly are, far more than our abilities.”
― J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets

Have you regret of anything during your life? Maybe you could say ‘no’, but we are here to speak openly and sincerely.

It happens all the time, even when you are driving and get the wrong street. So, of course, you have things that you regret. The traffic got you stuck in it and because of it, you got late at work… Well, there are so many reasons.
But how about the moment that made you divert? The tiny minute you really believe that your action will provide you with a better and faster way to reach your job. How many opportunities you really believed that you were doing the best choice and everything went wrong?

Don’t you agree that this could be the reason that many people procrastinate?
The fear of coming out from the comfort zone. It happened to me, of course. Everything was convenient at some particular moment and I wished the things could keep in the same way. But the choices always pop-up and request immediate action. Then, you do whatever you have to do with the feeling that you had no choice.

So, have you regret of any choice that you made?