Default Option (and other Non-decision)

I’ve been thinking a lot about how certain decisions alter and converge our path in

The most important decision we often face don’t actually feel like decisions at all.

The biggest downfall for us all is not to say yes or no to a decision, it’s saying ‘sure’.

Sure is a yes without legs. It takes on mean versions, but essential it is any non-decision you default in to.

A situation where the only option in front of you, is the only option that exists.

How often do you default to option in front of you?

What’s do bad about going with the flow, you might ask.

Unfortunately, decisions are not as obvious as yes or no. When you make a decision you’re also dealing with the gravitational pull of everyone around you. Some people you know will want you to say yes, others will want you to say no. Even when that yes (or no) sounds good, and looks like a good idea, it might go completely against who you are (and the kind of person you want to be).

The call is always yours, no matter what others tell you.

STAY BOLD, Keep Pursuing,

— Josh W.

Josh Waggoner