When faced with a difficult choice, some people will say “just toss a coin.” I like the advice, but I want to adjust it a little.
I’ll flip a coin, but before it hits the table, I will already have my answer.
When the coin is flipped and it’s hanging in the air, the choice I want, the one I really want, becomes obvious.
It’s the one I catch myself wishing for, hoping that the coin will land certain way. When that happens, I know what I need to do.
Give it a try.