If you are like most people, you must make too many decisions every day of your life. You feel overwhelmed from all of your carefully considered decisions.
Scientists have proven that if we have any more than 7 things to choose from, we go into overload, so by the time we go through the grocery store, we are in meltdown. They have even connected this to Clinical Depression.
For example; I will take you on a tour of what you can expect for simple decision making, starting at the beginning of your day. (Obviously, this really isn’t you because you would never do these things this way.)
The alarm goes off. Do you set your alarm for a “snooze”, and for how long? Do you just lie there a while? Do you get up ready to take on the day? Or do you turn over and go back to sleep? That was 5 decisions, and you haven’t even made it out of bed.
You decide to get up and get dressed. You go to the closet full of clothes and declare, “I have nothing to wear.” After deciding on a matching top and bottom with socks and shoes, you toss them back and decide to wear the same thing you had on yesterday. There goes another 5 or more decisions. For some people this one act could amount to hundreds of decisions.
You finally decide that is a good time to have a wholesome breakfast instead of the same old breakfast you have every day. You begin by deciding what ingredients you want for your breakfast. You pull them all out and get ready, … Then you decide it will take too long. So you put it all back and sit down to your usual bowl of gruel that you are accustomed to. Another 5 or more decisions.
DON’T LAUGH! You may be this person.
What happens when your routine breaks down and forces you to make new decisions? What if you are on your way to work (Well, at least you made it out of the house without being half naked.), you get into the car; you turn the key, and … nothing. Now you are faced with a whole new handful of decisions to make. You must decide what to do about getting to work, fixing the car, and many other decisions about things that contribute to your circumstances.
Confusion! You Bet!
With all the things swirling around in your head, you will think you are walking around in a fog. YOU ARE! This is the mental fog that is created by needing to make too many decisions; and it further obscures your ability to make “clear” decisions.
Sorry for giving you depressing news about someone’s depressing day. You can just go back to bed and forget it all until you wake back up. (Ooops, it’s still there.) Or today, you can decide to be proactive in an effort to clear those cobwebs from your mind.
Here are some ways of doing just that:
* Mental exercises that strengthen your mind and gives you focus
* Giving your brain new information that it is not accustomed to. This creates a type of growth and change called neural-plasticity.
If you are serious about helping yourself crawl out of the miasma you have created then you owe it to yourself to consider what ZOX Pro Training offers. You know you need to do something different. You owe it to yourself and those you care about. They are affected by your decisions too.
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Shannon Panzo, PhD is Executive Instructor of Brain Management. Brain Management teaches you a range of mind enhancement techniques, primarily how to tap into and control your own vast potential locked in your subconscious mind. His students / clients discover the way to learn how to learn naturally and the key to unlocking your unlimited potential. The key is Mental Photography. www.MINDtoMIND.com/blog/ and www.eBRAIN.com.au/
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