There is no such thing as a wrong choice.
You make choices every day. They range from what I call simple choices such as what to eat, what to read, what to do over the weekend and complex choices such as your career, your partners either business or romantic partners, choice of clients, projects and so on.
When the complex choices go wrong you naturally feel frustrated sometimes even angry. So, you doubt yourself; you ask yourself if only you knew then what you know now. The moment you doubt yourself there’s a shift in your mindset in the way that you blame yourself and you regret the choices you made.
Now, as strange as it may sound “If only I knew then what I know now” is the very reason there is no such thing as a wrong choice.
You make choices based on what is going on in your life in any now moment.
You make choices based on your circumstance in any now moment.
You make choices based on the information available to you in any now moment.
When you look at choices from this perspective you know that there are no wrong choices. The results may be different from what you expected but the choice itself was made based on the information available to you in any now moment.
When you see choice from this perspective you have instead of blame and regret, curiosity.
Curiosity as to how you can do things differently to get what you want and who can help you do so if you need help.
You also know that you can take a different action in the next now moment.
Let’s take action right now.
Choose to see choice from the perspective that there are no wrong choices.
Know that all choices you make are based on the information you have in any now moment and therefore the result you get can be changed in the next now moment.
The moment you accept and incorporate this perspective your mindset will change from regret and blame to resourcefulness.
If at this very now moment you regret some of your choices and you blame yourself for them, then let’s have a chat.
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