We make decisions every day in our personal and professional life. We all have been in situations where we had to make a difficult decision when the stakes were high, and there was the risk of negative consequences for others and ourselves. When making decisions, we choose an option from those available. In our current digital world,
“I’ve had a lot of worries in my life, most of which never happened.” (Mark Twain) We have the unique capacity to imagine potential future scenarios. It is a valuable cognitive ability which allows us to problem-solve and prepare to deal with challenges. However, our imagination can be fertile, conjuring up various worst-case scenarios, thinking about “what
Do you find that it is difficult to get started with your work? Does it feel like hard work, or are you unsure what you have to do to complete the task? We tend to feel demotivated when we are unclear about what we have to do and cannot see a clear path to make progress.