Don’t question everything in your life, but instead try to ask the right questions. If you find yourself second-guessing your life decisions, understand that it comes from a need for control. Let go of that control. Let others make decisions sometimes, and don’t overanalyze things. If you are always asking “what’s wrong with me?,” “why am I like this?” and similar questions, step back and ask whether there might be a larger purpose in your life. Also, don’t compare yourself to others. If you constantly question your life’s purpose, you may be pulling yourself into a downward spiral. Note that lack of commitment and motivation are often what prevents people from achieving their goals. Consider your connections to other people as well.
- The impulse to second-guess is about control, so try to let other people make decisions sometimes.
- Failure can cause you to question yourself, and comparing yourself to others can make things worse.
- What prevents people from achieving their dreams is often a lack of commitment and motivation.
“Here are three insights to get back on track when you’re in the passenger seat and hungry to take the wheel.”