Facing choices in one of the biggest blessings of humankind. Yet, it can be one of the choicest curses conferred upon us by the divine one. If we were never given a choice, our lives were bound to be far simpler and easier. But choices we do face and that’s when the creepy confusion marches in. We all have been confused about a certain thing at some point in our lives. Be it about a career, attire or even a flavor of candy. Now rule out all possibilities of options, imagine there were no alternatives, only one specific thing were available. It would be boring for sure, but just HOW boring would it be since we’d be clueless about the remaining varieties.
But since such a world is far from real and at times, confusion does reign supreme we bring to you ways that will sure help you fight all those view obscuring clouds in your head. Good to go, are you?
Breathe Easy- We accept that you’re too worked up, but don’t let confusion and the stress that comes along with it like a Siamese twin, eat you up and your peace.
Lay Your Options- Since one is almost always confused between two or multiple options, lay all your options clearly in front of you in order to get a clear picture.
Measure The Odds- Okay, so there’s usually that one thing which you want .01% more than the other. And how do you figure out what it is? Well, there’s this line that says, “When faced with two choices, simply toss a coin. It works not because it settles the question for you, but because in that brief moment when the coin is in the air, you suddenly know what you are hoping for.
Consider The Consequences- Once you’ve made your decision, think of the long term effects and repercussions of your choice. What you’ve chosen must do you good (because that’s what our ultimate purpose is), and must leave no room for the other options.
Defeating confusion plays one of the biggest roles in our life because it’s through choices and our ability to pick one and cross out the other which shape our future and the way we live it. Don’t let uncertainty prevent you from what your heart truly and most dearly desires.