Sometimes it’s the smallest decisions that can change your life forever.

Making a decision is not an easy task. Every day, you’re all faced with a variety of choices. When faced with a difficult decision, you tend to freeze and overthink the problem, resulting in paralysis. This is what some people refer to as “choice fatigue.” You are simply bored of making decisions, and when presented with a significant one, we retreat into our shells and put it off.

The majority of people are unaware of the significant consequences of their choices in life. You often go through life with no awareness of the thoughts we are having or the acts we are taking. Every decision one makes throughout the day contributes to the current state of affairs. It molds who we are as individuals since we routinely carry out our decisions without even realizing it.

Even in 11th grade, when I had to choose an optional subject, I was perplexed. I chose mass media as my subject initially because my media lab had air conditioning. I had no idea how much I would enjoy media. Little did I know that I would be the highest-scoring student in the same subject and would be pursuing a degree in the same field and probably would have a career in the same.

You must first decide whether you want to join the gym, talk to that cute girl/guy on the bus, or immediately begin reading more books. This is significant. Don’t second-guess yourself, and don’t be concerned about whether or not it’s a smart idea. Just go for it. You’ll wonder why it took you so long to make the decision when you look back in a few months!

You might take too long to make a decision because you fear what will happen.  As a result, before making a decision, one goes over topics like cautious planning, in-depth analysis, and pros and disadvantages. It will take a long time to complete this task. Instead, develop the ability to trust your instincts. In most cases, your original inclination is correct or the path you genuinely desired to take. Even if you make a mistake, trusting your gut makes you a more confident decision-maker than someone who takes all day to make a decision.

Small steps are always the best method to get at something that is continually changing for complex reasons. Small decisions pave the way for larger decisions. Decisions are powerful and can have far-reaching implications, both positive and negative. They have had a direct impact on where we are in life. How one man’s rebirth can assist you in making better decisions and living your best life.

VIASanya Gaba
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I am a student of BAJMC from VIPS.l. I have seen that nothing more satisfies me more than making new relationships with new people. I believe in commitment to succeed, gaining more knowledge and spreading knowledge for the greater good. Problem-solving, communication skills and teamwork are some of the skills helping me out on my way to a great journey.

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