How To Make The Right Choice: A Guide From Your Inner Voice
When it comes to making the right choices, your inner voice can be your best friend — or your greatest enemy. This voice is made up of a collection of attributes called our conscience. It’s the part of us that can tell the difference between what’s right and wrong, fair and unfair, and so on. And just like any other organ in our body, this one can have a negative influence as well. In some cases, an unruly conscience can lead to irrational actions and behaviors. If you’re finding it difficult to make the right choice out of many options and end up with the wrong one instead, here are some things you might want to consider.
What makes up your inner voice?
It seems like a no-brainer to know what makes up your inner voice. But in reality, we don’t always give it enough attention. Once we know a little more about our conscience, we can start to gain a deeper level of trust and understanding. One of the best ways to understand your inner voice is to get to know the different attributes it holds. These attributes can be different qualities, such as fairness, responsibility, etc. There’s no right or wrong list. It’s all about learning what your conscience thinks is important. One way to do this is to start a journal. If you’re anything like me, you might be writing in a journal already — or you might want to start one. Journal writing is a wonderful way to find clarity and discover the answers you’re looking for.
Learn to trust your inner voice
Before you start questioning your inner voice, try trusting it. It’s important to remember that your conscience is just a voice speaking what it thinks are important values. It’s not always right about these things, so don’t let it dictate your choices. When we have a constant internal debate about a decision, it’s easy to forget to trust our intuition. Unfortunately, we’re often so used to second-guessing ourselves that we don’t even realize it. Trust your inner voice, and it’ll start to guide you to better choices. Try memorizing the following phrase: “I trust my inner voice, and it knows best.” When you find yourself in a situation where you’re questioning your inner voice, repeat this phrase. This will help you remember to trust your voice in those moments of uncertainty.
Be aware of your surroundings and the people around you
When we’re in a “try to fit in” mode, we often skip the part where we try to fit in with who we really are. We all have our own unique qualities and character traits, and we’re allowed to express ourselves within these boundaries. When we’re constantly worried about what others think about us, we’re missing out on parts of our own personalities that can be really special. We don’t need to change who we are to fit in with others. We need to change how we think about fitting in. Instead of trying to be like everyone else, embrace your own individuality.
Do some research before making choices
Even with all of your journaling, trust, and awareness, you still might not get all of the information you need to make the right choice. This is where research comes into play. When you know more about a certain choice, you’ll be able to make a better decision. Before you make a choice, do some research. This might seem like a no-brainer, but research can be the difference between making the right and wrong choices. When we make decisions without doing any research, we often end up making the wrong choice. We could go out to eat with a friend, but we don’t really know what restaurant they like. When we go for dinner, we could choose a restaurant we’re not familiar with and have a bad experience. This could turn us off from going out to eat with that person again. Research is the solution to this problem. It can help us avoid bad decisions.
Ask yourself what you want and why you want it
Asking yourself what you want, why you want it, and understanding the values they represent are three simple ways to get a better understanding of your inner voice. Once you know what your voice holds, you can act accordingly. This can help you steer clear of superficial decisions and impulsive buying. It can also help you avoid feeling pressured to conform and fit in with others. By understanding your voice and trusting it, you can make the right choices for yourself.
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