Have you ever been out for dinner and been in a quandary over whether you should eat fish or meat? Or been to a party and weighed up the pros and cons for not drinking so that you can drive home over drinking and taking a taxi?
At the time they can seem like difficult decisions. Wouldn’t it be easier if we made these decisions beforehand? Wouldn’t it be less stressful?
Future decision making is a simple approach I heard from Bob Proctor and involves becoming clear on what actions we want to take and then commiting to those decisions before we experience them. Obviously, it can only work with total commitment.
When a creamy ale is under our noses or when we hear the cork popping out of a bottle of Petrus Pomerol then the real test begins!