I've had several people ask me lately about what they can do about indecisiveness, and it made me realize that this is actually something I'm pretty good at: being decisive. Making decisions can be difficult, especially when there's no clear choice.
At some point in the past week (or five minutes ago after a Google search), you've made a resolution to change your life: I'm going to exercise every day! I'm going to start flossing! I'm going to start eating better! I'm going to quit smoking! I'm going to stop wearing jorts!
Well, fortunately, I figured it out while I was at the gym this morning. I'm pretty sure it's a ham sandwich. And no, I'm not saying that just because I'm hungry. There's an explanation here. I'm going to explain it, clickbait titles and all, in, oh, the next eight minutes or so.
1. Cause/Effect Meaning primarily involves the logical parts of our brain: You kick the ball, the ball moves. 2. Better/Worse Meaning has to do with the nature of our values and relies mostly on the emotional parts of our brains: Eating is better than starving.