One common mistake we make when we have the desire to make good decisions is that we try to peer into the future to discover what it might hold, what the outcomes we want to achieve are, and what roadblocks we wish to avoid.
The only problem is the future hasn’t happened yet, so how can it possibly teach us? Instead of looking ahead and guessing about outcomes, there’s something to be said for looking back and gathering information. Today I’ll share about my weekly practice of reflection and a brand new resource I created to help! Listen in.
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- Preorder The Next Right Thing Guided Journal: A Decision-Making Companion
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- Grab a copy of my book The Next Right Thing
- Find me on Instagram @emilypfreeman
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