A Lack of a Decision

A lack of a decision becomes your decision.

When you cannot decide on what to do and how to do it, that window of opportunity closes.

When you cannot decide if you should do something, it is sometimes because fear is involved.

Fear of the unknown. Fear of failure. Fear of making the wrong decision.

Anxiety and fear cause you to become immobilized within yourself.

Anxiety and fear impair your decision-making abilities, until you do not have a decision to make.

The decision has been made for you, because you did not make a decision in time.

A lack of a decision becomes your decision.

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  1. Hi Sue, I hope you are feeling okay. I know you were starting a new job, hope that is going well for you. Just missing your posts! I hope it is because you are too busy, not because you are feeling under the weather!

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    1. Hello. I wrote a very long… comment on your previous comment explaining my situation with the job. I didn’t feel well at all after I tried to work. It was too much and too soon to learn a brand new type of job I have never done before… a teller at a bank. That is a lot of money and responsibilty to be handling when your brain, memory, legs and vision are not working well. I tired my best anyway and then had to tell them the truth (not what happened though… too much stigma) and decline their offer. The timing was just not going to work. I couldn’t give them my best because my best is not here right now. I appreciate your concern for me and your always kind and encouraging words. You keep helping me tremendously. Thank you. Have a happy, healthy and fabulous day, Sue

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