Choice overload occurs when we have too many choices available to us. We are sometimes so paralyzed by the fear of making the wrong choice that they don’t make any choice.
We may want to try something new, but we can’t figure out what we want the most — there are just too many options!
In this session, I:
Share my 6-step process for choosing destinations when there’s (literally) a world of possibilities
Address how to not feel like you’re making the wrong choice
Share my str…
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