Making decisions and longevity

I’m sure I have talked about my indecisiveness before but I’m going to talk about it again. I’ve now come to the conclusion that I will always be like this and need other people to help me make decisions. Or maybe that is my problem – my gut feeling normally knows what I would like to do but I don’t have the confidence to say so and I’m quite easily persuaded by others to do something that I don’t want to do. So, I’m back to that old thing of lack of confidence, low self-esteem again. Half the time I think I’m too lazy to do anything about it or when I’m feeling OK (or consumed by other feelings) I forget that I should practice my mantra of “Trust in yourself”.

As for longevity, I’ve been with my present company for eleven years now and surprisingly the powers of above have decided that some of us who have worked for ten/eleven years should get a gift for sticking it out for that long. The gifts that I can choose from are amazing: a Tag watch, diamond necklace or a BA travel voucher. This is where my indecisiveness comes in again, well almost. I don’t really wear jewellery so I won’t go for the necklace but trying to decide between the travel voucher and the watch is tricky. I don’t wear watches but it would be nice to have a ‘posh’ one to keep or even wear on whose special occasions. With the travel voucher I could go to New York or Philadelphia for a long weekend (the gift of experience, as the catalogue says). Hmmm, I need to sleep on that one.

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