We make decisions all the time. They range from small decisions like what to wear to work to more significant ones like taking up a job offer overseas.
Whether we realise it or not, how we feel has a big impact on the decisions we make. So, how do we find a level of personal consistency, where we never look back and regret our choices?
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The key is to develop our powers of objective decision-making. This is, of course, easier said than done. Consistently making non-emotional and rational choices takes practice and self-reflection. However, it will be worth it to harness the power of objective decision-making.
Emotions are not always the enemy but they can influence you to do things you might not otherwise do if you were at your general emotional baseline.
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Finding the right structured process to evaluate a decision or just taking some time to allow the intensity of an emotion to subside is a move in the right direction. Learning to do these things regularly can free us from undesirable emotional influence on our behaviour.
The following tips will give you the necessary tools needed to keep your emotions in check while you decide what’s going to happen next.
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