Why being fickle minded is a blessing in disguise?

It took me 10 minutes to type a really lengthy message for my friend. As soon as I sent it, I realized I shouldn’t have sent it and ended up deleting it. After half an hour, I regretted deleting it and sit back to type the entire thing again. Relatable?

There are so many times I become indecisive and keep on changing my conclusions. From buying something I really needed to regretting purchasing it, to changing my career choices, to trying everything that the internet has to offer, I keep on flipping.

WHO TYPICALLY ARE FICKLE MINDED?

I think most creative heads are fickle minded. Because they have so many ideas buzzing in their heads, that they are unable to stick to one thing. It is not their fault, it is just that their brain is never on a vacation!

ARE THEIR ANY ADVANTAGES OF BEING FICKLE MINDED?

Hell yes! It makes you bold and courageous. You are not afraid to try new things and can openly speak your mind. Remember, every successful invention was initiated out of curiosity. You do not know, which decision you make can change your fate and be the golden wand you always wanted. So, do not hesitate to exploit your infinite ideas.

CONGRATULATIONS IF OTHERS CALL YOU CONFUSED

Others will never come to you with their problems. Because when you cannot decide for yourself, they cannot expect to get any concrete reply from you! Rejoice as you have saved yourself from so much unwanted stress.

I have a fickle mind. I know I will try to be like the protagonist of the next movie I watch. I will always want to explore everything that comes on my way. I am not afraid of the repercussions that will follow. Because in the end, I will be proud of myself that I was always bold enough to listen to my heart.

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