Red, green, yellow, and orange peak out amongst the branches. Mother Nature is adapting to our continuing drought with an early fall. My cat’s winter hair is already in place and ready to go. “They” say, we’ll have a heavy winter this year. I know we certainly could use a heavy snowfall and rainfall here in California.
Nature like humans is adaptable. Nature doesn’t resist. Humans do resist. What does Mother Nature know that we don’t? Ah, I guess free will gets in our way. With free will in our court, it opens up sooooo many possibilities. Free will can also create a lot of confusion because there are sooooo many possibilities. Add a touch of grey to the possibilities equation and fog obscures the view of possibilities, creating indecisiveness and our need to be perfect. If there are too many choices some get paralyzed.
What’s your breaking point in making a decision? 3, 4, 5, 7, choices? I’m curious what steps you take to make your decisions easier. This week look at the maximum amount of options you can absorb at one time. If you start at 7, break it down to 5, then 3, then 1. See if that works for you and let me know.