Do you sometimes experience in your encounters an unsure or half-hearted tepid assessment? Often we do not have enough information to know if we are pro or con, positive or negative on a subject. Once we gather more information, we gain a stronger sense of where we stand.
Sometimes, however, despite all the information, we may find ourselves lukewarm on a person, position, or statement. When that occurs, we may feel very uncomfortable with our uncertainty and indecision.
When feeling “lukewarm” how do you tolerate the uncertainty? How do you constructively try to move to a place of certainty?
Take-Away #90 from TAKE-AWAYS: A LITTLE BOOK OF REFLECTIONS Available on Amazon at http://a.co/d/b40EHYA