People, including…

Ourselves, like “Certainty”.

“I don’t know, what do yo want for dinner”? I don’t know, what do you want to do”? I don’t know, where do you want to go”?

Sometimes…”Just pick it”. Were not saying that we should all be dictators, but coming up with a decieion is the right way to go…even if it’s offeringr some choices for others to pick from – just do it.

Not only will it save a lot of time, it will get us all on our way…to where we want to go.

Yours in “Certainty” – Coach

One Response to “People, including…”

  1. Robert Avila

    Hi Dr. Vik, Here’s a great way to overcome indecisiveness … I learned it a long time ago and it stuck with me. (Thanks Marshall Sylver)

    When asking someone what they want to do or where they want to go for dinner and they respond “I don’t know.” Reply back with “I know you don’t know, but if you did know where would you like to go?”

    Now as funny as that sounds it’s amazing how many times it works and without hesitation you will get an answer. The logic is that we don’t like to make the wrong choice or have our choice criticized. By saying “I know you don’t know but if you did know …” This gives the other person permission to respond without judgment.

    Try it .. it works!

    Have an awesome day!



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