NEW YORK MINUTE: THE QUICKEST WAY TO MAKE A DECISION
If you've ever been to New York you know people pack the streets from sun up to sun down. During people commute they most certainly have to walk across the street at some point. Due to the overwhelming traffic the walking signals are usually ignored and people make their own calls of when to walk across the street.
People darting across the street can be seen as a lesson to use in our everyday lives. When you see an opportunity you must take it , hesitation of any kind can lead to an unfavorable outcome and you can miss your chance to get across the hurdle(street).
When people want to take a chance the first thing they tend to do is spend an absurd amount of time deliberating decisions. If people took as much time deliberating crossing the street as they do life decisions, their bodies would've been seen flying across the street. You could wait on a walking signal to tell you you're clear or quickly but proficiently assess the area and make your way across on your own merit.
In our lives we can tend to be overloaded with a bunch of decisions to make , one of the clearest ways to overcome is make a decision and stick it through!
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