We’ve all had the experience of being stuck on the horns of a dilemma, saying things like “part of me feels like I should, and part of me feels like I shouldn’t.” In this brief video, you’ll get a new perspective on what causes dilemmas, and the source of their resolution.
Last year, I was leading a 3-day Masterclass called “Navigating by Wisdom”, and during the programme, one of the participants (David) raised a dilemma he was struggling with. Here’s how he put it:
“I’m feeling good about it because I can see a positive, positive outcome of this. And then the next day I’m feeling bad about it cause where my mind is I can see the consequences, a negative consequence of that. So, you know, I’m very aware that it is my thinking [but] it didn’t help me in dealing with this situation.”
In the video, I use the metaphor of someone considering robbing a bank to shine a light on the misunderstanding David’s been struggling with (and that we all struggle with when we’re stuck in a dilemma).
I hope you enjoy this video. You can find more videos and other resources relating to this topic here: https://www.jamiesmart.com/books/clarity/chapter17
To your increasing clarity!