While many problems are resolved by giving them careful thought and deliberation, overthinking does not lead to new insights or understanding, instead it saps your energy, time, motivation and creativity. Are you a over-thinker? Here is how to stop your overthinking
How often do you find yourself overwhelmed with your decisions in uncertain situations? Uncertainty influences our personal and professional decision making where we are forced to make decisions involving risk. Amid crisis, it can be tempting to think of only the ‘here and now,’ and not long-term.
Even though many of us know what it means to be mentally strong, yet in our day-to-day life we get overwhelmed by unexpected changes or sudden life stressors. The decisions we make in the moment and habits we establish overtime determine our level of resilience in any situation.
Difficult situations demand careful consideration of our actions, decisions and behaviour.
As we experience change in the way we work, educate and communicate in new normal, it is important to pause and self-reflect as we inch back toward modified life to eliminate unproductive choices or habits.
How you make tough choices often shapes your workplace decision-making culture. Blindly following your perception of what’s right or wrong can lead to poor or faulty decision-making and sometimes to decision avoidance.
How tolerant are you with yourself and others when it comes to feelings of anger and frustration?
Anger becomes an useful emotion once you learn how to manage it effectively. Here are some strategies to express your anger constructively
Are you stuck with your conflicting attitudes and beliefs? Conflicting cognition can be mentally exhausting and anxiety-inducing which most of us tend to ignore. Resolving it creates clarity in our decision-making.
When change is forced upon us unexpectedly, it can be quite challenging and uncomfortable to deal with unless we learn ways to deal with it effectively. Here is how to make positive choices amidst an unexpected change
Taking even the smallest step towards your most important goal can mean progress when it comes to achieving your desired goals.
Here is how to develop a next action approach to get more things done and to achieve positive outcomes in pursuit of your goals.
Do you allow anxious thoughts control you? If you experience anxiety for extended period of time and internalise anxious feelings, it takes control of you and lowers your motivation and self-confidence.
We often self-sabotage by overindulging in unhealthy habits that get in our own way of accomplishing things that are important to us. Here is how to take conscious control of your self-sabotaging patterns that are currently influencing your choices, decisions and actions.
Constant decision-making leads to decreased self-control, decision avoidance and less accuracy in making right choices. Explore these simple changes you can make towards achieving a simple and more organised lifestyle to overcome decision fatigue.