Comment on Go where you are pulled by Farhan Rashid.
Firstly, I just want to say that I absolutely love your book and am currently rereading it and studying it piecemeal. I love the intention and heart behind it, and I love your style and presentation – reading it makes me feel like I am listening to a friend.
Secondly, I have been playing with the idea of making decisions. I am struggling with it, because whenever I make a decision, it always feels uphill, and I start getting plagued with doubtful thoughts or worries or concerns, and I just start overanalyizing things. For example, today I made the decision that I will definitely get my work done, but it felt angry, and it felt like “work” or a kind of grind. I don’t think that is how the kind of decision you are referring to should feel like.
So how do you make the gentle, downhill kind of decision that you did? The only difference I can see is that I made a decision to accumulate or accomplish, while you made a decision to let something go. So should I reframe my decision to let go of something? Let go of my doubts or hesitations or self-sabotage or whatever else that is impeding my productivity in life?