For people who have a chronic problem with indecision, they understand how much of an issue this can be. Even the smallest of decisions when it comes to planning can lead to tremendous anxiety. They may feel like their heart rate is rising. They may start to feel sweat boil under their skin. Problems with indecision can actually create a serious quality of life issue for many people.
Those who struggle with indecision when it comes to planning may find some of the advice below helpful for helping to overcome their anxieties when it comes to planning.
There is Not a “Better” Option
Many people who struggle with indecision and planning do so because they think there is always a better option. This is not the case because the definition of “better” is different for everyone. People who suffer from indecision will sit down and think about their options when it comes to planning. They may settle on one but then hesitate, thinking that someone in their group may not like it.
They will then try to find a better option only to realize that someone else may have liked the first option better. They will start to worry and the indecision sets in. Overcoming this fear of missing out on something better is the first step to dealing with indecision and planning.
Don’t Worry About What Other People Will Think
Most people who deal with indecision also worry about being judged by the other people involved. They may think that others have trusted them to make plans so they need to follow through with something perfect. If it isn’t amazing, other people will be disappointed and start to judge them. This isn’t the case. People don’t judge the planner because the person making the plans took a significant load off of their hands. Once people finally realize that others will not judge them over their decisions in the planning process, they will start to feel better.
It is Vital to Trust Yourself
Some people who are indecisiveness have a chronic issue of not trusting themselves. This may permeate through multiple areas of their life when it comes to decision making. If people don’t trust themselves, nobody else will. For people who have trouble with this, think about what the gut is saying. That “gut” feeling that people reference is built up over time and is a collection of their shared experiences. Make sure to listen to that intuition. It is right more often than people would care to admit.
Make a Clear List of Priorities
People who have issues making plans often do so because they don’t know what’s more important and what should be at the top of the list. With this in mind, it can be helpful to actually sit down and write out what the priorities are. Seeing what’s most important at the top of the list can help people to narrow down that long list of choices and come to a decision. If this sounds like the root of the problem for that chronic indecision, take a few minutes to rank what’s most important in a clear order.
Take the Time to Seek a Second Opinion
For others, they may struggle with indecision and not know why. In this situation, it can be helpful to go to someone else and ask for help. This is where a getting a professional psychic reading can come in handy. Psychics help all kinds of people with a variety of problems and have the experience necessary to help someone struggling with indecision and planning gain powerful insight into their issues.
Don’t be afraid to go to someone else for a second opinion, a psychic could make the difference.