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Feeling Uncertain? How To Move Forward Without A Plan
Sometimes the best plan is no plan. Learn the science-backed reasons why you can and should keep moving forward even when you are feeling uncertain.

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About uncertainty

About uncertainty

Most of us are quite addicted to a degree of certainty of all kinds, as this is what makes us feel safe. And now we all know nothing compares to feelings such as safety and control.

When f...

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Stepping in the unknown

While it can be quite scary, stepping out in the unknown is necessary every now and then.

In order to push your limits, you should consider taking up new challenges that will not only ...

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Train your mind to defeat uncertainty

Recent research has shown that uncertainty scares people even more than knowing that things are going to actually end up badly.

Therefore, in order to be mentally prepared to beat unce...

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'Name it to tame it'

Fear can be harmful to us in more than too many ways. When feeling stressed because of an uncertain situation, try verbalizing your emotions.

You will feel a smaller burden afterwards and, ...

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