I’d stand by the curb, hemming and hawing with increasing distress until moss grew on my body.
Choice- Make One and Don’t Look Back.
Heidi K. Isern

Intuition is far more valuable in the decision-making process than intellect (“hemming and hawing”). Intellect always errs on the side of caution, and doesn’t take into account the emotional, gut-level intelligence that actually contains far more powers of foresight than any literal “calculation” of our odds could ever do. When making decisions, I intentionally “blur my vision” so I just have the gist of the situation and can make more room for trust. I save my “precision eyes” for AFTER the choice is made, when I actually need them to be meticulous in how I execute.

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