Working with someone can be a learning experience all on its own.  It’s interesting to see how a bad habit can set us back in making decisions that would normally move us forward, affecting both business decisions and our personal choices.

It takes a lot to admit a bad habit, just like a fear.  The obvious bad habits are smoking, drinking, gambling or drugs.  But what about the subtle inobvious ones that hold us back from making decisions because you fear change?    You can actually have a reasonably successful business but never reach your true goals and dreams because you aren’t willing to face change or different choices.

If you are the one holding yourself back, maybe it’s time to face what you have to do to get to the next step, maybe it’s time to make new choices and take a bit of risk. You may think it’s a big deal and it will take some courage but the feeling of trusting your gut instinct and intuition is the most exhilarating feeling.

It’s also interesting to note that when you do start making new decisions, everything else around you starts to change…. like a flow on rippling effect.