If you’re focused on what “makes sense,” you’re already starting at a disadvantage.
It’s often said that one decision can change the direction of your life. Six years after making a decision to put myself first for one day, I can attest that this is true.
The question about whether something is “worth” the investment of your resources doesn’t have an easy answer, because nothing is one-size-fits-all. Here are three factors to consider when deciding whether something is “worth it.”
On the cusp of any major investment, you’re likely to ask “is it worth it?” This question reveals more about you more than it reveals about what you’re evaluating.
The challenge in the process is not in making decisions; it’s in creating the foundation that makes decisions easy.
Your concern about making the right decision is not about the decision at all.
For every action you take, you have a story you tell about why you do it. It’s a reason. And it’s false.