Well, as we know that we all have a presious and priceless life.In which we can achieve our goals or some times not. So, for to achieve our goals we need to set our goals first and for that we need to take decisions first and taking decisions for life is the most important step to success.

Decisions have many effects on our life:-

As decisions makes our life successful or dump our life.So decisions can have positive as well as negative effects on our life. Decisons for life must be depends on our abilities, interests, and our talents. But some times due to some issues such as family problems, financial problems, etc we do not take right decisions which will later be disastrous for us and have a huge impact on our life. Some times we have all situations in our favour to take decisions but some times our own family have a great impact on our life such as that if a child is having interest in sports but his family force him in other field such as in education and other fields.



Step 1. Don’t let stress get the better of you. It’s easy to feel stressed out and anxious when you’re facing a tough choice. You might tend to rush your decisions without thinking them through, or you avoid making a decision at all because the stress has put you off your game. If you’re feeling anxious about a decision, try to manage your stress so that it doesn’t cloud your thinking. Go for a walk on the beach. Hit up a yoga class or hang out with friends.

Step 2. Give yourself some time . It’s hard to think clearly under pressure, and sometimes your first idea isn’t always your best one. Give yourself the chance to sit on a problem for a while so that you can process your options and feel confident about the course of action you choose.

Step 3. Weigh the pros and cons. When faced with a big decision, sometimes we lose sight of the big picture. Write a list of pros and cons for each course of action and then compare them. Sometimes the cons aren’t nearly as bad as we imagine them to be, or the pros might make your options more obvious.

Step 4. Think about your goals and values. It’s important to be true to ourselves and what we value in life. When you factor into a decision the things that are important to you, the best option might become obvious. At any rate, you’re more likely to end up with an outcome you’re happy with.

Step 5. Consider all the possibilities. Making a decision can result in several different outcomes and not all of them may be obvious. When considering each option, don’t just list the positives and negatives; write down any likely consequences.

Step 6. Talk it out. It can be helpful to get another person’s perspective on your issue, particularly if they’ve faced a similar decision in their own life.

Step 7. Keep a diary. If you feel like you’re on a bit of an emotional rollercoaster, it might help to keep track of your feelings by writing them down.

Step 8. Plan how you’ll tell others. If you think someone may have a bad response to your decision, think through what their reaction is likely to be. Put yourself in their shoes to help you think of a good way to manage the situation.

Step 9. Rethink your options. If you’re up against a lot of pressure over a decision, or there are some new factors to consider, look over your options again. You might decide that your original decision is still the best one, but give yourself the option of changing course. If a decision no longer feels right for you, go through these steps again to figure out a better solution.

“It's not about making the right choice. It's about making a choice and making it right.”

Every action we take is a decision to not take another. Every single decision we made before this very moment shaped our life up till now.


Change sometimes seems to come about entirely because of outside circumstances.
Certainly, these last months of pandemic may have given the impression we have little agency in our lives.
Yet, increasingly, we have the ability to take meaningful decisions that can alter our lives.
It is perhaps not wise to look for happiness but rather to choose something to enlarge our lives.

Struggling To Make The Right Choice?

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