Question on podcast #184


Hi Brooke,
I was listening to one of your podcasts for this month – #184 Organizing your mind.
When you said “If you want to know what you should do, do it, and then you’ll know” – I don’t completely agree with that.
We cannot apply that for big, irreversible decisions, correct? For example, someone was talking about deciding to have baby or not in one of the coaching calls. You cannot just do one thing (have a baby) and then see you would know? Its too late..isn’t it?
Another example that I am struggling to make a decision for years – Do we stay in our current country or go back to our home country in the near future? There are pros and cons for both and I am terrified to decide one way or the other. I just want to maintain status quo (which is not deciding)
So my question is we cannot apply this – “If you want to know what you should do, do it, and then you’ll know” to all decisions? may be small, reversible ones would apply but not all.
Please help me understand.
Thanks.