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How Do You Make Those Tough Life Decisions?

Too often, when faced with a fork in the road - whether picking up and moving cross-country or having a child - we fret and dither so long that choice is no longer an option.

How Do You Make Those Tough Life Decisions?
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Letting circumstances decide our fate is hardly the best way to get the most out of life’s opportunities.

Luckily, there’s more to good decision-making than merely going with your gut.

When you know how to do it, the hard choices seem almost clear-cut.
 

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1. The mind-body connection
1. The mind-body connection
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You can’t make a good choice on a bad day.

When you find yourself too anxious to analyze things, shift gears. Go for a run. Go to sleep.

Resetting your body often opens your mind to a new perspective.



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