What to do when you don’t know what to do

Feel like your feet are on steady ground?

I wonder if you should.

Either your finances, social life, love life and the rest are anti-fragile, capable of rolling with whatever new shocks 2021 brings… or they’re not.

Flip open a history book to any random page and you’ll see that change can happen at any time.

Or simply remember the last year.

So… what do you do about that?

If the future is uncertain and the present is fleeting, what’s your next step?

If you can do a calculation, do it. For example, if your expenses are higher than your income, something probably needs to change. Do the maths and figure out what.

But if it’s something that’s not so simple to calculate, though?

If you stand at a crossroads and don’t know which path to take?

Well, there are things you can do about that.

You could guess blindly, if you don’t care about your future at all.

You can ask for advice. Folks will quickly tell you what to do, even when it’s obvious they don’t understand your situation.

You can go with your gut… assuming you’ve honed your intuition and can hear it clearly.

You can toss a divining rod into the air and watch how it lands.

So many options…


You can learn how to approach the crossroads in your life. Because, yes, navigating an uncertain future is a skill. It’s something you can practice, learn and refine.

You can also neglect it, misapply it or completely ignore it.

If you’d like to make decisions decisively, with the full wisdom of your unconscious on your side, then you’ve come to another crossroads.

You can sign up for a session or two of Crossroads Training and connect with your hidden intuition like never before. Although you can’t predict the future, you can harness your wisdom to make the best possible choice with what you know and can assume now.

Or… you could not and fumble through it, hoping for the best.

Not all choices are this easy as the choice to do this right. For the hardest decisions, sign up:


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