Here’s one tool I teach my clients. Best Case Scenario.
You have a decision to make. Let’s say there are two options. Decide now that both options will turn out to be perfect – exactly how you’d want them to go. If that were the case, which one would you choose?
That’s it. That’s the tool. Seems so simple and not effective, right? I know. But try it.
Here’s an example.
Recently, my husband and I found a house that just had framing up and we loved the floor plan. It was perfect for our small family. And, if we bought now, we could finish building it. We’d get to pick all the things. So fun!
However, it was located much farther from my 2nd job and it was outside of our big city. Away from all the restaurants and shops and activities we like to do.
We had to decide and we had to decide fast if we wanted to pick all the things.
Do we sell our home in Atlanta which is smaller and farther away from Darin’s work, and buy the bigger, newer home outside of Atlanta, or do we stay?
If we stay, we have to save more money to buy the type of house we want in the area we want. And we’re not completely sure we’d find a house with this great of a floor plan.
So how did I finally decide? Best Case Scenario. If all things worked out, and we moved out to the suburbs and loved our house and neighbors and restaurants and shopping or if we stayed and we saved up money in the next year and a half and found an amazing house in this location, which one did I really want?
Using The Best Case Scenario takes off the need to analyze all of the what-ifs, the cons, and constantly think about what could go wrong. It makes a decision out of strength and abundance, not fear and scarcity.
It’s so simple, and so effective.
Try it out and let me know how it works for you. Then try to share it with your teen!