Inner conflict vs. choice

The cost of avoiding choices

Inner Con[in]flict

Sigmund Freud and the myth of the inner-conflict

Alfred Adler and the indivisible, goal-driven & choosing person

Our priority is the mirror of our values

Eroding values

  1. People lose faith in values because if we’re saying “we value quality” but our actions show that we don’t then values don’t matter.
  2. People are not really optimizing for what we truly value (speed) because we never say out loud that this is what we truly value.

Relinquishing inner conflict and embracing CHOICE

Choices-conflict=focus

As long as we are honest and clear we can value our values even at times when they don’t guide us

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Avi Charkham

Avi Charkham

Entrepreneur, product person & coach. founder @ https://unlock.Vision