Let’s say you’ve got a decision to make. Maybe a new treatment that your doctor has recommended. Or you’re deciding between two health insurance plans. Or any of those decisions that often feel like a fork in the road.
So you did your homework… you got advice… you evaluated the alternatives… you zeroed in on the best solution…
Ready to move? Not quite… You turn it over and over in your mind. Looking for more data. Asking more questions. Crossing every t and dotting every i, and then looking for yet another t to cross.
In other words, second guessing. And as a result, sitting uncomfortably on the fence when it’s time to move. Most likely, feeling stressed out.
Second-guessing can take you way beyond being cautious and thoughtful and drop you off in analysis paralysis.
Here’s a link to an article I recently wrote about how to get out of the second-guessing trap:
Do you ever find yourself stuck when you need to make a healthcare decision? How to move forward? Or how to do you avoid getting stuck?
Looking forward to hearing what second-guessing means to you?
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