Every one of us has faced uncertainty and doubt in our lives. Some of us more than others. You know the one about the fellow who said “I used to think I’m indecisive. Now I’m not so sure…” At times our inability to make a decision one way or another can have a debilitating and demoralizing effect. How many opportunities have you missed due to being stuck, not knowing how to proceed. Acute and prolonged indecisiveness can also become a monster of its own, eliciting our fears, insecurities and bringing on a state of lethargy and avoidance of making important changes and moves in our lives.
What can we do about this?
Please join Rabbi Simon jacobson as he tackles the great challenge of indecisiveness, exploring four different approaches people take when faced with adversity — resignation, battle, religion, escapism — and discover a fifth, time-tested method that will change how you see yourself and open you up to new possibilities you could never have imagined.