Do you trust your gut feeling?
Some responses to this morning's email centred around instinct in relation to decision making.
It was said that instinct is preferable to what can appear as logic.
I've seen and heard this argument.
That's because a well of experience usually informs the apparent instinct.
Experience can suggest a move that seems illogical. But experience sometimes sees what inexperience doesn't.
Experience sees the projected consequence of an apparently sound project. And on the basis of that experience, take a different decision.
It's not always the case, but it's frequent.
Two cases where experience is the same for everyone is when we ask ourselves 'what if'?'
And have to tell ourselves 'if only'.
'What if this idea isn't as good as it seems?'
'What if I start and find it doesn't work?'
'What if I start and lose interest?'
'What if I start and it does work?'
'Does that mean I have to keep on doing it?'
'Will I be able for it?'
'Will I have the energy and drive to keep it going?'
What if we get to ninety five years of age and have to tell ourselves, 'If only I'd have...'
Here's an opportunity to avoid all that.
And it's really simple.
Especially if you've been thinking about getting yourself back on the track of being Fit, Healthy and Well.
And you can achieve this simply, and maintain it easily.
And you'll never have to ask yourself 'What if?', or say to yourself 'If only'.