Hi! Britt here with an interesting and super-helpful offer for you if you struggle at all with making decisions. I'm going to let my friend Sherry tell you what this is all about. Take it away, Sherry!
Sherry: OK, thanks Britt!
One day when Britt recommended a product, I mentioned to her that I take no more than 2 minutes to decide whether or not I'm going to buy something. Every time.
She wanted to know how I did that.
So I told her the politely edited version of my life story. I'll spare you the details, but basically I told Britt that I was an indecisive child who became an indecisive woman.
Indecisiveness isn't limited to just not being able to come to any decision at all. There were plenty of times I made decisions. The problem often comes down to how long you spend making decisions.
I needed a way to decide quickly and then be able to live with it. One of my biggest problems was sweating the little stuff way too much...
I agonized over insignificant decisions.
I was that girl in front of you at Starbucks. You know the one. I'd hem and haw and look at every option available. I'd ask the workers their opinions on what I should order. I'd ask a dozen questions. I'd look at you in line behind me and apologize.
Thanks, by the way, for only clearing your throat to get my attention. I know now that you probably wanted to punch me in the face.
And even after apologizing to you, I still didn't order. I'd move from side to side, make a lot of humming sounds, and say, “OK” and “um” a lot. When I finally ordered, it was almost sure to be the first thing I considered.
I also stood in stores for far too long debating sizes, colors, or a 10-cent price difference.
Eventually, I started pushing myself to make a decision – ANY decision. I'd sometimes order things that I didn't want just to avoid inconveniencing everyone around me.
I had a problem, and I didn't have a solution to fix it.
And that wasn't the worst of it. The small things were just annoying - for me and those around me who had to wait on me.
The real trouble in my life was that I was so indecisive about important decisions that I often made them flippantly... even stupidly.
Now, I'm a smart woman. I actually have a genius IQ, a college education, and I'm amazing at pub trivia.
But my lifelong problems with indecisiveness and slow decision-making caused me real trouble...
*I don't regret my husband or my children, but I was ridiculously unprepared because I didn't give the choice any real thought.
You probably get the point. You might even see yourself in some of these things I dealt with in my past.
Yes, smart people make really bad decisions, too.
I knew I had a good head on my shoulders, but still I avoided many decisions completely, or made decisions essentially based on mental coin flips.
Then, of course, I had to deal with the aftermath. This usually involved a lot of second-guessing, regret, and self-doubt - not to mention how it affected those around me (family, friends, co-workers, Starbucks customers, etc.).
Because I had to deal with the consequences, I definitely knew that I often made bad decisions (or just took too long) way too often.
Something had to change. But where to begin? What to do?
Everything changed when I developed an irrational and vindictive hatred for a dead guy: Andrew Carnegie.
You can read all about that in the book once you get a copy today (hint hint).
The point is that, from his grave, Carnegie called me out (yes, me personally) as being a weak, indecisive woman who never has confidence in her own judgment or finishes anything she starts.
He really pushed my buttons, I don't mind saying.
But what he said made a lot of sense, and it set me on the path to making quicker decisions in every facet of my life.
That's what I want to share with you today...
In this 65-page book, we share Sherry's thoughts and lessons learned:
Here's what you can expect to get out of reading this book:
What's that worth to you? How about the cost of one trip to a fast food joint?
If you order today - right now - you'll have 65 pages of awesomeness to enjoy in mere moments. When you're done, you'll be a decision-making dynamo!
No more procrastinating! No more hemming and hawing! No more angry looks from customers waiting in line behind you who want to punch you in the face!
Seriously - isn't some long overdue peace of mind worth a measly $9?
I lived far too long as a hostage to my inability to make quick, confident decisions. And I know many of you suffer from the same demons. That's why I wrote this book.
Don't go another day accepting things the way they are. It doesn't have to be that way!
Get '2 Minute Decisions' right now and start enjoying a more decisive, stress-free you!