“Painful decisions are often painful largely because we haven’t made them yet. Once we make a decision, we often wonder how we could have dreamed of choosing the other choice”
“That’s true for all of us. We agonize between two things that seem awfully close. We finally choose one. And in a small or medium amount of time, we look back and wonder how we could ever have been trying to decide between them. Why did we make that mistake of thinking the two alternatives were so close when they really far apart? The answer is that they weren’t really close or far apart. It’s just a matter of how you look at it.”
Listen to the interview: Hidden Brain – You 2.0: Decide Already!
For my 35th year, my one-word goal is “Process”. I thought about ideas of acceptance, methods, planning, spontaneousness, and truth. "Process" has a cool and useful double meaning: (1) Accept facts and reality. In every moment there are infinite truths. You could spend the rest of your life describing every detail of a single object, a single moment, and a single memory if you wanted to. What moments are we giving our attention? What are the advantages and disadvantages of taking notice and interest in the places we are. The things we do have hidden good and bad qualities. If ... Read more
"The fear you feel is the juice. Use it to your advantage. Fear is just adrenaline. It's how you're interpreting that adrenaline." Bill Krebs, television writer
Creative anxiety is extremely common. "The fear you feel is the juice. Use it to your advantage. Fear is just adrenaline. It's how you're interpreting that adrenaline." In this episode, Liz and Sarah invite you to celebrate Self Improvement September!Source: Episode 16: Conquering Anxiety -- One Page at a Time • Happier in Hollywood