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How to Improve Decision Making in 3 Powerful Steps

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How to Improve Decision Making in 3 Powerful Steps

"Should I accept the job offer at the high-stress firm with all the notoriety and big paychecks or stay put where I can grow into a leadership role in a job that is comfortable and flexible? ...take that once-in-a-lifetime solo trip overseas or stay home because I'll miss my daughter's recital that week? ...order the double bacon cheeseburger or the chopped kale Caesar salad??

...Seriously, WTF?! What if I make the wrong choice? I can’t do it, I’m a mess. Who can I really trust to give me some proper advice here? How do I even START?!?”

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Three Ways to Cultivate Trust in Yourself

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Three Ways to Cultivate Trust in Yourself

We are constantly evaluating and thinking our way in and out of relationships, jobs, agreements, projects, and situations. 

What if you could balance your skills of logic and left-brained thinking with a more intuitive, instinctual way of knowing that could reaffirm your trust in yourself, your choices, and your relationships? Below are just a few tips to get started…

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The Funny Thing About Intuition

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The Funny Thing About Intuition

Have you ever been really mad at yourself for making a decision that you secretly knew wasn't going to deliver the magical improvement you'd hoped it would? 

Perhaps you enrolled in a disappointing class, accepted a job offer that was all wrong for you, or developed a serious case of "food envy" at your favorite restaurant? And all because you or someone else suggested that it was time to try something new?What's worse is: YOU KNEW YOU WERE GOING TO BE DISAPPOINTED the very second you got on board with it.

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