Do you struggle with making decisions? Listen, we get it. It can be stressful. You want to make the right choice. You are worried about what you may miss out on but choosing one thing over another. You may disrupt your sense of belonging within your community.
In this conversation, we talk with Holly Elissa Bruno about the psychology of making decisions, what we are actually afraid of when we make a choice, and how we can confront it to become the most confident decision maker possible.
Holly Elissa Bruno is a "recovering attorney" who has authored several NAEYC bestsellers like, "Happiness is Running through the Streets to Find You: Translating Trauma's Harsh Legacy into Healing," and "Leading on Purpose: Emotionally Intelligent Early Childhood Administration."
For more info on Holly's work you can visit www.hollyelissabruno.com.
This project is funded through a grant with the Tennessee Department of Human Services and Signal Centers, Inc.