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  1. If we are not talking about life and death issues, but about some ordinary solutions, then it is good to use the modified coin method. From the classic method-assign options to “heads” and “tails”, flip a coin and see what fell out – it differs in that you need to focus not on the result, but on the moment of the flip. Practice shows that the decision comes much earlier than the tossed coin falls on the palm of your hand, and the result of the toss is no longer so interesting..

  2. In any life situation, try to evaluate your attitude to the chosen event in the future. What pros and cons will you get if you take this action? How will I feel about this in 10 minutes? How will I feel about this for 10 months? In 10 years? This rule is called 10/10/10. Let's say that you liked George, that the answer was higher than me, but you don't know if he liked you. What should I do in this situation? You have a choice: either tell him first,or wait for him to tell you. Question number one: “How would you feel about this after 10 minutes?” Answer: “For example, you think that you did not lose anything by admitting your sympathy for George, but only got the answer to your question.” Question number two: “How will you feel about this 10 months from now?” Answer: “For example, you think that you will be proud of yourself, because you found the strength to admit that you are not together does not bother you in any way.” Question number three: “How will you feel about this after 10 years?”Answer:” For example, you think that having made a decision at that time, you have gained precious experience and regardless of whether you are now together with George or not, you will be happy.” The 10/10/10 rule helps you win on the emotional field of play. The feelings that you are experiencing now, at this moment, seem rich and sharp, and the future, on the contrary, is blurry. Therefore, the emotions experienced in the present are always in the foreground.

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