Is decision making confusing and sometimes a difficult experience for you? Do you procrastinate – even about things you really want to do?
You are not alone in finding this a struggle. Unfortunately, they both impact work performance and also create personal damage and problems in relationships.
Our sight sense intelligence can help a lot and make a difference very quickly – once we know what it is, and what to do about it.
All our senses resource our intelligence, emotions, and communications. But if we are not aware of our own personal unique link to them they don’t mean very much. They live within us like an unused muscle until we turn the spotlight on them and consciously connect.
If we do consciously connect with our senses they become a compass, a true north, a place to stand in, a reason for being, a home base, an authentic sense of identity.
You look at everything through your own unique ‘sight lens’. No one else has your take on life, your world view, your exact way of seeing things. You have a priceless unique gift with the way you see things, and once you identify this connection to your sense of sight it can give you tremendous insight into making decisions. It also stops procrastinating because you have a sense of confidence in yourself.
Why is that? It is because you know yourself. You are no longer looking for the affirmation of other people for your confidence or relying on someone else to lead your decisions through their interpretation of life.
Having your own compass for making decisions is an incredible relief, when it comes to decision making.
A year ago I was in a situation where I had the choice to leave the city where was living or stay. I had many positive reasons for staying in the city, but the move to the country held many positives as well; attracting me to make the move. How was I to make the right decision? I used into my own inner sight intelligence compass. Instantly the decision was easy. All the boxes ticked moving to the country. That made the decision to leave the city really easy and I have never regretted the decision.
You cannot rely on other people’s advice because they ‘see’ life differently from you. You have to find your own inner compass and the easiest way to do that is by using your own sense of sight intelligence. Knowing the right fit for yourself in each circumstance becomes easy when you understand the lens that you are uniquely looking at life through. If the decision fit in that lens you can be confident it will be a good decision. If it doesn’t then, you can trust it’s not good choice.
This lens is your perspective of life. It is the landscape through which you process the future and make sense of the past. It describes the exact way you live in the moment. Your sense intelligence gives you a tool much like a google map to find your way through life. It’s a bit like typing in the correct address that is your identity and you immediately have a perspective of whatever decision or issue you are processing.
How does this help with procrastinating? There are actually two senses that connect with procrastinating. I have observed many times that when you see the road ahead clearly, and you have confidence in yourself, you don’t procrastinate. There is no sense of fear or boredom or doubt or self-criticism to hold you back. You know who you are. You know what you want and you go for it.