Taking Decisions Under the Gun

"Today I will do what others won't so tomorrow I will do what others can't"

Finding self-confidence and learning how to use self-improvement techniques is something that has been talked about for ages.  There are also an abundance of different resources that claim that there are “secret” strategies that you can use, when in reality, it all pertains to strong will and attributes that you already have within yourself.  Understanding how to take action in your own life is the first step to success and it is something that you should use to your advantage in order to become the person that you have always wanted to be.  Decisions are one of the most powerful things that we have in our lives and harnessing their power will give you James Bond confidence that will last you a lifetime.

Every Day Decisions

One of the most important things to know is that decisions are around us every day.  Whether you decide if you want two creams in your coffee or if you choose to align your company with investors, decisions are everywhere and sometimes they can be so insignificant that you don’t even notice them.  It is incredibly important to realize that even the most minute decisions can provide large and lasting impacts that you will remember for the rest of your life.

Every day decisions can be conquered with the use of a clear mind and an honest heart, especially if you are interested in having a positive outcome.  As long as you are able to make decisions that will benefit you and not harm anyone else around you, your self-confidence will be significantly larger than you could ever imagine.  Picture this, you’re faced with a decision about changing your career that could either benefit you greatly or destroy everything that you have worked for.  If you take the time and the effort to analyze the pros and the cons and select the options that not only makes the most sense but that also makes you happy, your entire life could change for the better.

Conscious and Subconscious Decisions

There are two different types of decisions that you will encounter in your lifetime, subconscious decisions and conscious decisions.  The majority of things that you decide on will be conscious as they will pertain to goals and learning how to accomplish them.  Every person in the world has a goal, whether it is to focus more on self-improvement or to establish a higher level of self-confidence.  Though, many people find it quite difficult to accomplish their goal.

One of the largest difficulties associated with making decisions is to allow your conscious mind to overrule your subconscious.  This is because in most circumstances, your subconscious will win.  As an example, if you set a goal for yourself to lose a certain amount of weight, your subconscious will justify the reasons as to why eating unhealthy will make you happier.  While your conscious mind will focus on the difficulties of accomplishing the goal.  In order to make the most successful decision, you will want to use your self-improvement skills and self-confidence to make sure that you use your conscious to realize that losing weight is simple if you just ignore your subconscious.

Agreeing and Accepting Consequences

As previously mentioned, another detriment associated with decisions is agreeing with and accepting consequences.  Every action has a reaction, much like every decision has consequences.  Whether they are severe or if they are insignificant, you should always be prepared for the outcome associated with your decision.  This is when your self-confidence will come into play.  Making sure that you make the best decisions to ensure that the consequences are inferior will happen far easier if you know what you want and how to get it.

As an example, if you have always wanted to be a high school teacher and you are currently enrolled in school to become a psychologist, you may be faced with choosing whether to continue your current studies or to change your major.  This can be an incredibly difficult situation.  With the right amount of self-confidence, you will be able to know what you need in your life to be (or remain) happy without needing to worry about the consequences.  If you were to stay in your current studies, there wouldn’t be any immediate consequences, though in the long run you won’t feel fulfilled with your career.  Whereas if you choose to switch your major, you may have to deal with the difficulties associated with taking different classes and even backlash from family members.  But, in the future you will be successful, happy, and fulfilled.

Knowing what you want is of the utmost importance not only for your own mental state, but to make sure that your life goes in the direction that it should.  In turn, you will be able to make better decisions about your life and avoid having to feel guilty about choosing a particular path.