Video: How to Make a Decision

Do you ever run away when someone asks you to make a decision? You know, “Where do you want to eat?” or “What movie do you want to watch?” or even, “What time and place should we get together?”

It can totally be awkward when you “get it wrong” and they tell you your choice was somehow the wrong choice, even though they never gave you clear expectations or parameters.

I get it—it’s a lot easier to skip that anxiety of making decisions and instead just pawn it off on someone else than it is to deal with the embarrassment of making the wrong suggestion.

Why You Should Be Making Decisions

You’re not going to get it wrong, even if it seems like you will. But if you continue letting other people make even the smallest decisions for you, they’ll add up and you’re not going to be able to make the big ones for yourself.

And the life you’re living? It won’t be yours.

But! You can make a decision without the fear of making the wrong choice. It’s called using your intuition, something we all have access to, and I’ll show you how to tune into it in this video.


Watch this video to know how to make the right decision every time, so you can take your power back (and keep scrolling for a bonus tip!)

Decision-Making Bonus Tip!

If you don’t want the burden of being judged for making a decision that’s true to you, just say, “My intuition is telling me to _______.”

Then you’re off the hook! It’s the truth, and it takes the responsibility off of you. Instead it becomes a point of curiosity: Where is my intuition taking me/us? It will be fun to find out!

All good things,
Lauren

Published by Lauren Mudrock

Lauren helps others catch and keep the attention of the people they want to work with through headshots and personal branding. She takes killer high-end headshots that make you say, “That’s me?!” and “That’s me.” at the same time. Somewhere between a wise sage and a big goof, she loves singing, playing ukulele, and pondering philosophy. She also laughs a lot...mostly because she misinterprets everything she hears.

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