Daily Archives: June 14, 2014

THE TRUTH ABOUT INDECISION

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Indecision: n. not being able to make an opinion and/or judgment after some thought and/or inquiry

Many of us have thought and researched a problem and still feel indecisive because we either don’t know what to do or have so many options that we have trouble choosing what should be the right one first.

We consult other humans with similar situations in life and sometimes find their decisive solutions to be acceptable in our situation also.

When in doubt or faced with indecision then try to find someone who has been through the same problem and has successfully resolved it. It can be your spouse, a close personal friend, or a licensed professional. Further research on the internet from humans who have had your problem and found solutions to it are also an excellent source to end your indecisiveness.

Finally, if you are faced with indecision it is just a question of more time needed to research a solution to your indecision and you may even conclude that the best decision is to make no decision at all!!!!!!

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THE TRUTH ABOUT INCONSIDERATION

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Inconsideration: n. not thinking about the goals which others are trying to achieve and causing human stress which easily begins when those opposing and/or different goals are not acknowledged and/or processed with human etiquette

We have all had experiences with inconsiderate humans.

Most have bad human etiquette and are rude, impulsive, selfish, argumentative, not willing to listen, overly demanding, overly talkative, or messy in public.

An inconsiderate human frequently does not realize that you have needs and wants too and want to be treated with respect and empathy.

It is best to try and avoid inconsiderate humans and if you can’t avoid them then try to ignore them and ostracize them from your life as much as possible.

If it is an inconsiderate boss whom you are struggling with then plan to change jobs in the not too distant future or develop a calloused attitude which will protect you to some extent from the extended mental abuse on the job.

If you liked this evergreen truth blog then read more of them, about 800 so far, and one or more of my evergreen truth books, especially COMMON SENSErays of truth in a human world filled with myths and deceptions.

For a complete readily accessible list of blogs and titles go to twitter.com/uldissprogis.

Enjoy!!!!!!