We are all faced with a seemingly endless array of choices in our day-to-day work and personal lives. Choice is touted a s a good thing. And in essence it is a good thing. However, when it comes to having more options than you can research and review in a timely fashion it turns into something that is less than stellar. When faced with too many options many of us tend to freeze and not make a choice. We simply do nothing.
To relieve the inertia of overwhelm when it comes to choosing what may be the best product or service for your business or personal use start to approach it from another point of view. Look at your options not from which is the best and a must have – but from the place of determining what will meet your needs. That entails leaving exceptionally high expectations out of the equation. In doing so you will likely find that your feelings of overwhelm and disappointment lessen.
Let me know your strategies for choosing from the vast array of choices we have in front of us today. I am genuinely interested.
Marie-Helene Sakowski, Business Consultant – Change, firstname.lastname@example.org