What decisions are troubling you? Here’s how to help yourself commit to your choices.

In recent weeks, I’ve seen many clients suffer from analysis paralysis—they’re simply having a difficult time making decisions. My team and I have to make hundreds of decisions each week—each day, even. We’ve learned it’s important to make a commitment.

Decisions are rarely fatal, but we still beat ourselves up about them often. You just can’t go back and change the past, however. After you make a decision, you need to commit to it and move forward. Too often, we’ll judge a decision based on the outcome, but that’s the wrong way to do it. A decision should be made based on the data you have at the time and the likelihood that it will lead you to the desired outcome. 

If you drive under the influence and make it home without hurting anyone, it does not mean you made a good decision. It was a horrible one based on the data you had available.

Once you commit to a decision, the anxiety and pressure you feel will go away. And if your decision wasn’t good, it can still be a learning experience and help you make adjustments for the future. Keep in mind, too, that bad decisions aren’t usually the end of the world anyway.

“After you make a decision, you need to commit to it and move forward.”

About Our Market:

Many sellers are already in position to take advantage of the spring selling frenzy. If you aren’t prepared yet, now’s the time to do so. And if you’re a buyer, you want to have everything in place so you can jump into the hot market and find the perfect purchase. 

And since there will be an influx of buyers coming into our market in the near future, I’d like to share a big opportunity with you: We’re hiring! If you love real estate and love people, let’s talk about what a career with us could provide you. 

If you’re looking to buy or sell, have any questions, need more information, or would like to chat about joining my team, feel free to reach out to me. I look forward to hearing from you soon.