Decision-making with the Formies

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We are currently living in interesting times.
Sudden disruptive changes seem to have become the order of the day.
Goals and visions are mostly very clear, the path, however, isn’t.

With so much instability, there is no safe way of doing things anymore.
Predicting future scenarios is more difficult than ever. Plans can become obsolete in a matter of hours. What should you base your decisions on?
Swift adaptation and decision-making skills have now become even more critical to personal and professional success.

Individual sustainability calls for a good portion of courage and a different approach to decision-making.
Join forces with Conscious Me and consult with all of your Formies on future scenarios:

Which plans is Mr Mind coming up with? Is he trying to play safe and base his solutions on past references, which perhaps don’t apply anymore?
How does Buddy Body react to the different scenarios? Ease and lightness, an increased heart rate or even tension? How is his breathing?
What is Her Highness Heart responding with? Excitement about the new challenges ahead or a fear of consequences?

Take stock of the responses. Which scenario causes the whole of you (all of your Formies) to feel relief, more ease or ideally excitement and joy? Note your observations and dare to choose a new path.

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