Indecisive tendencies

I am sure we’ve all been indecisive at some point, but what happens if we’re indecisive all the time? I know one or two people who struggle with decision making, but not being able to make any decisions at all, can and will impact other parts of our lives. It’s all to do with self-confidence.

But we must have faith in ourselves and our own abilities. Faith to trust our own thought process, rather than be led by other people’s decisions. Faith to believe that the decisions we make is the right choice. There can never be a wrong choice, because as soon as we decide on our choice, it becomes the right choice for us.

We need to generate more self-confidence. We need to stop doubting ourselves. We need to follow our instincts and our gut, then follow it through. I believe it’s important we ignore what other people think of our decisions, unless you have their support.

It’s easy for other people to put us off, decisions are for us to make and just because we make a decision that doesn’t accord with another person’s decision, doesn’t mean our decision is wrong. It could be that our decision is wrong for someone else, but is right for us.

It’s our life for us to live. We must stop having indecisive tendencies that can only hold us back and instead start making and stand by our own decisions.

4 Feb, 2012

4 thoughts on “Indecisive tendencies

  1. I’m afraid to make decisions sometimes due to making the wrong ones, but looking back all the decisions I’ve made were right for me at the time. Of course the ones I made as a teenager were because I rebelled.

    I also think about how my decisions are going to affect my family, like the adoption, That was a huge decision that I had to consult my husband about first.

    If it involves others I think we should consult with them first.

    1. I agree that if decisions affect someone else as well, then yes of course they need to be consulted with, but individually we need to be able to make our own decisions.

      Although it sounds easy to do, for some of us it’s the most difficult thing to do. Thanks for posting Lisa.

  2. I used to be great at making decisions, right ones and wrong ones. I never used to give anything a seconds thought, but looking back that was probably just youthful exuberance and inexperience and now I am somewhat more circumspect.

    Today’s decisions are much more important and deserve due consideration but I am also aware of the dangers of this straying into indecision too.

    1. This is probably how many of us think, but I am confident the decisions we eventually decide on are usually right for us.

      I think given some of the decisions we have to make in today’s society, it’s easy to see why some of those decisions may stray into in-decisions too. We just have to follow our convictions and make them regardless!

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