How the rule of 100 percent simplifies life
Maintaining your standards 98% of the time is more difficult than upholding them 100% of the time.
In the unlikely event if you haven’t made up your mind yet are only loosely committed, you won’t know what will happen in subsequent circumstances.
Your confidence and character may suffer if you don’t know how your actions will turn out.
If you are 98% committed to a goal or expectation, you will not be able to predict how you will behave in a way that will satisfy you.
You’ll encounter situations when you won’t be able to predict the outcome.
For example, when faced with the severity of unfavourable dynamic situations, such as being presented with your favourite pleasure, you’ll be able to handle decision weakness.
To be inspirational, one must be honest. Complexity stifles creative ideas.
You must make a decision, come to a fair conclusion, and clear a path to obtaining your requirements.
You’ll begin to develop a sense of sufficiency or confidence that you can finish as you make progress. Anticipation Hypothesis is the source of inspiration for these ideas.
You could pursue a choice at 100% instead of controlling decision weakness at 98%. Many challenges with self control might be resolved by doing this.
When you give something your all, you can predict how you will behave in other situations.
You can see that the decision was taken in the past with little consideration for what was promoted. As a result, you won’t have to deal with the dynamic fight of decision weakness.
Make a decision and give it your all.
Every time you finish in full, your confidence grows, which in turn fuels your inspiration and helps you plan forward.
Your personality emerges more fully and resonates with the person you want to be in the future. The notion that you evaluate yourself based on your actions is known as self-flagging.
Taking actions that align with desired goals will help you envision yourself as that person.
In the unlikely event that you find yourself struggling with your purpose seemingly out of the blue, there are two helpful strategies:
expectations for execution. When you’re forced to do something you’d prefer not, respond according to your plan. An example of a “in the event that” scenario would be, “When Steve offers me a pop, I will let him know I’m on a careful nutritional plan.”
Concept of oneself in the future. Rather to drawing conclusions based on your current demands, consider what your future self would think is appropriate.