There are those days that we find ourselves confused. There are so many things happening and we just make flash decisions based on our impulse and the lack of time. Most of these can end up having good results, depending on your perspective and your ability to improvise.
Improvisation is not an easy skill to learn because it is learned by experience. When things happen, the way you react to it and your capability to improve the situation, as the word “improvisation” implies, is what matters. In the end, results are everything and your efforts will teach you a valuable lesson.
First, when you’re faced with a confusing decision and you have considered all the pros and cons, you’ll have to make a decision and stand by it. You will only get more confused if you do not stand by your decision.
Then, be ready for any implications of your actions. Consequences always tell the truth and facing the truth brings out the best in you. Be ready to feel all the positive and negative results of your decision and give out your best effort to rationalize what is happening.
Lastly, always look at yourself at the third person. Disregard “what ifs” and instead, focus on what is right in front of you and deal with it. Make a plan as early as you can to find the results you want. However, also accept the fact that your improvisation may also fail, so the acceptance of the result is also crucial because this is the only way you could get your own peace of mind.