Some decisions are more difficult than others. When confronted with a difficult decision we often try to weigh all the choices. While we’re weighing the choices, we feel our stomach being tied into knots. Whoever is tying the knots in our stomach is pulling the knots tighter the longer we delay in making our decision. Once we decide, the weather clears and the road is wide open for us. What is the best decision? I’ve always felt the answer resides in my stomach. If every choice doesn’t satisfy my stomach, I’ve learned once I choose and force myself not to look back, it always works out. It has for me.
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