DiscoverTapping Q & A PodcastSometimes the worst choice is not choosing anything (Pod #409)
Sometimes the worst choice is not choosing anything (Pod #409)

Sometimes the worst choice is not choosing anything (Pod #409)

Update: 2019-12-02
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Every time we make a choice we are limiting our future options. That is the simple reality of choice.

If I choose to study literature at university, I am limiting my ability to become a medical doctor. If I choose to go to Norway on vacation, that limits my ability to go to Japan this year. I have time for one movie tonight, so if I choose “Rear Window” I can’t watch “Strangers On A Train”.

Recognizing that one choice can limit our future choices can hold us back from taking action because we don’t want to miss out. In the end we choose to do nothing, which is a choice in itself.

In this short audio I share a few easy ways to approach making choices so that we don’t get stuck by choosing to do nothing at all. There is also a short tap-along audio to help clear the resistance to making choices.

You can find the full tapping script of this audio as a pdf over at Tapping Q and A Podcast Scripts and Transcripts.

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Sometimes the worst choice is not choosing anything (Pod #409)

Sometimes the worst choice is not choosing anything (Pod #409)

Gene Monterastelli