How to stick to your decisions

One of the qualities of a great leader is the ability to make and live with decisions. Some people are born with this ability, but most of us are unable to make decisions and stick to them. I believe that making the right decision is critical to your success. Here are some points that can help you make the RIGHT decision and how to follow it.

Section 1

What is a decision?
Before we begin, it is important to know what we are talking about:Decision making it can be considered the result of mental processes (cognitive processes) that lead to choosing a course of action among several alternatives. Each decision making process leads to a final choice. The result can be an action or an opinion. In this post, I’ll highlight actions first.

Some of the decision making techniques we use in our daily life include:

  • listing the advantages and disadvantages of each option
    This is a smart way to start
  • flip a coin, cut a deck of playing cards, and other random or random methods
    This is the worst way to make any decision
  • accepting the first option that seems capable of achieving the desired result
    Unfortunately, many people choose the first option they think of because they don’t believe there is another way to fix the problem.
  • prayer, tarot, astrology, divination, revelation or other forms of divination
    I am not even going to comment on this, don’t pray & don’t look for cards to make the decision for you.
  • autorizzazione per un supervisore o "esperto"
    Why use expectation? You are an expert in making your own decisions!
  • calculate the expected value or utility for each option.
    It’s smarter, calculating your personal risks and desires is the beginning.

Section 2
How to make and support your decision

1- Look at every aspect of the problem before making a decision
In most cases you don’t need to make a decision normal away, so take your time and analyze every aspect of the situation. It’s very important to be neutral when analyzing the situation. If your decision is about other people, try putting yourself in their shoes to see how they would feel about it. Spróbuj pomyśleć o ich zastrzeżeniach i o tym, czy to docenią, ponieważ może to pomóc Ci dowiedzieć się, czy Twój pomysł jest słuszny, czy zły. There is nothing more unprofessional than having to back down from a decision because other people are dissatisfied (our politicians make this mistake quite often).

2- Don’t look back
Once you’ve taken all the necessary steps in making the normal decision don’t look back, believe it’s the best choice possible and never open the door in your mind to change it. This is a mental battle but it’s very important to understand that once you open the possibility you can create it. I’ve talked about the create process. For example let’s say you want to quit smoking, if you never tell yourself that you will smoke again or that you can, chances are that you won’t. However if you open the door in your mind that a cigarette would be good, only one won’t hurt and such, then chances are you will not be able to quit. In this situation you need to tell yourself it’s over PERIOD, never open the door to any other possibility. Our thoughts are our greatest friend, but also our most powerful enemy.

3- Talk to people and ask for advice (not answers)
I am sure you’ve notice by Now that in most of my posts I always seek other people’s advice, as in some cases it’s good to get help from our peers. You can also seek help in making a decision, but don’t seek out someone to make the decision for you. Ultimately, you have to do it yourself, using the information you gather from your colleagues. Most of the time we are afraid of the outcome because it’s unkNown, this is perfectly normal and we need to learn to overcome that. The more decisions we make, the easier we make them. Like everything else in life.

My last point is less substantial, but I also believe it can play an important role in the decision-making process. Your gut feeling is also something not to underestimate, it’s very important to follow your instincts and what feels normal. Most decisions in life will affect us personally, so if they don’t feel normal there might be a reason for that. Trust your instincts and judgment as it will help you make the right choices in your life. Remember that every choice we have made has brought us to where we are in life, every action has a reaction, make sure you take the right actions / choices / decisions to achieve your desired goals.

How many times has this happened to you? You make a firm decision, whether it’s eating healthy or going to the gym, going back to school, starting that business, or even something as simple as reading pages in a book every day. You make a decision, but you don’t follow it.

Healthy eating, poor nutrition, gym, no gym, reading, no reading: life will be full of decisions. Eventually you will find yourself on one street or the other. The point is, you have to stick to one path – be consistent – and don’t change lanes often.

Why don’t we live with our decisions?

If you’re like me, you get very excited when you make plans for Nowe and decide to take action. For the first few days, and sometimes even weeks, you’re all in.

You plan, buy everything you need, spend hours searching and searching the internet to consider all your options. You’re off to a running start. And you can also do very well for a short time. But then something strange happens. The excitement starts to dwindle, and before you kNow it, it’s completely gone.

Nowhere will you find the passion and passion you felt just a few weeks ago. You’re out of gas, out of steam, and before long, that decision has fallen by the wayside.

Call it insecure or just a lack of willpoweryou have difficulty implementing your decisions. I also struggled to follow along, even when it came to making important decisions about my health or my business.

We often know what needs to be done, but we still struggle to make it happen, even if it is to our advantage.

Here are four ways to strengthen your willpower and mental commitment so that you can stick to your decisions and ultimately achieve your goals.

# 1 Build your self-discipline

Building self-discipline is like building any other skill. It’s learned behavior and it requires practice and repetition. The great thing about this skill is that practicing self-discipline in an area tends to increase general self-discipline.

I recently graduated from the A. Y.Fast 21-day juiceWhere am I?I lost 23 lbs in 21 days. While I was interested in losing weight, I was more excited about the self-discipline I developed during this process.

Trust me, I’ve never followed a diet or nutrition plan for 21 days. After years of yo-yo dieting and trying everything under the sun – from the cabbage soup diet to the boiled egg diet – I couldn’t stick to any one thing. I would do this 2-3 days before putting my hands up and quitting.

Quickly holding the juice for 21 days, I was enlightened by the fact thatI can make a decision and stick to it! This Nowo found that faith in my self-discipline and willpower has moved to other areas of my life. I became more determined and it was easier to stick to my decisions because I proved to myself that I could do it.

I used to think self-discipline was difficult, now I know I can make the decision to do anything and commit to moving forward.

# 2 Ricorda il tuo "PERCHÉ"

There is always some compelling reason why you made a decision: this is your WHY. Always remember that.

I have to be honest, Juice Fast is just starting out as a path to weight loss. But once I understand the health benefits and how to regain control of what I put into my body, maybe extend my time on this earth,my WHY has evolved and grown. I began to realize how much my desire to be with my children and grandchildren meant to me (when I have them).

We all need to take care of ourselves to experience the best days of our life in good shape. When things got tough during my fast and I no longer felt motivated,I remembered my WHY to help me get through.

# 3 Dig deeper, go to the root

Ask yourself: What is really stopping you from achieving your goals?

And then, address these issues. During my fast, I started exercising and walking every day. Before that, I had several reasons or excuses as to why I couldn’t exercise.

My drilling went a bit like this:

Why can’t I exercise?Because I don’t have time, and when I have free time, I’m too tired.

Because I’m tired?Because I don’t sleep late.

Why do I need to sleep late?Because I’m a night owl and I have trouble sleeping.

And so on, until I found out I had to stick to a tight schedule that allowed me to go to bed earlier to wake up earlier.

So, you have to keep digging and digging deeper until you find the root cause and fix the problem. By going to bed earlier, I was able to get up earlier and add a 4-mile morning walk to my routine which doesn’t interfere with my work or my daily schedule.

So, ask yourself the questions about why and dig deeper.

# 4 Be actively involved in your goal

"Anche la tua decisione è un OBIETTIVO".

If you decide you want to become a runner, you should become a diligent student of the goal you want to accomplish. Learn more about local running techniques, workouts and running events. You may also want to become a member of a community of runners or engage online with various blogs and forums on the subject.

When you do these things, you slowly begin to identify yourself as a runner and when that happens you will want to run and do it willingly. Essentially, you become the person you want to be, even before you really are.

While the tips I shared can help you with your follow-through and give you the mental boost you need to stick to your decisions, it’s also important to make sure that your choices are worth sticking to. Make good choices and decisions that support you, your goals and the person you want to be.

Also, let me k Now if there is a specific topic you would like me to cover. I love receiving your comments and suggestions.

Remember, with the correct Balance, Support, Determination and Action, any dream is possible. Your dream is possible!

I’d love to hear from you. Comment below to let me know how you use these strategies in your life.

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Have you ever felt difficult for you to commit to your choices? Are you still picking up the days or putting off pursuing the next big goal? There are tricks to help you stick to your decisions and I’m going to share the top three here!

How to stick to your decisions

Go with your instincts

There’s a reason that going against what feels normal intuitively makes you feel physically unwell. It turns out that making emotional or feeling-centered decisions actually increases the likelihood of you sticking to your decisions. So when you do something that goes against your gut, your body starts throwing up every possible warning sign. We’re programmed to stand by our decisions even more strongly when we make them based upon what feels normal to us – even if it goes against what logic would dictate. Reich, the researcher in the study goes on to say, “People need to know that how they arrive at a decision has these consequences on how they actually live with the decision. If we face choices that are very important to us, that we want to protect, then we should probably go with our instincts rather than deliberate. “

Let it be measurable

When it is difficult to stick to our decisions, it can mean that we are overwhelmed by the scale of our commitment. Breaking that decision or commitment down into small measurable steps can reduce the size of our choice. This makes it much easier to see it as achievable!

Instead of focusing on an important decision, make micro-commitments. You can use an app like Productive to keep track of your micro-commitments. This app is really useful as it allows you to have a list of your micro tasks and see your success. Quando tu (e i tuoi comportamenti) venite misurati, aumenta la probabilità che manterrai le tue decisioni. Who doesn’t like seeing their successes stack up?

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Indecision is the last hurdle when it comes to sticking to your decision. You know what I mean. It’s waiting for the normal time to do something. Or the correct sign, the correct state of mind. We all have a million ways to stop ourselves from doing things. We all really only do what we want. So, to keep a decision, we have to want it and just make it. Once that choice is in motion, it becomes a lot easier to stick with it. Whether it’s stopping drinking, an exercise plan, meditating, or anything else – you can’t stick with it if you never start it.

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One of the best sources I’ve found for sticking to decisions is to find others who are following the same choices as me. From business and relationships to parenting and exercise, I actively seek out and join groups that focus on connecting with others like me (along with subject matter experts) to help. If you’re looking to find a group that offers support with change, along with daily coaching and other resources – check out The PATH. You can try it risk-free for 14 days!

How to stick to your decisions

February 19, 2018 3 min read

"L’80% delle decisioni deve essere preso la prima volta."

I remember the first time I heard this advice from an audio recording. I was in need of motivation and didn’t want to hear music, so I clicked on YouTube and started listening to a Tony Robbins video.

It was one of his many films. One thing he said that struck me in particular was:

"L’80% delle decisioni deve essere preso la prima volta."

I can be very hesitant at times; In fact, I p r obably drive my wife a little crazy with my indecision. However, I’m harder on myself because this is an area where I need continuous improvement. It’s not that I am afraid to make decisions, it’s that I want to do so much that I tend to overload myself with options and when it comes time to make a move I am still deciding.

One of my main goals is to improve this so that making quick decisions becomes a habit. I have read lots of articles on decision making, and I believe Tony Robbin’s tip was by far the best. Prendendo l’80% delle decisioni la prima volta, agisci ora e non affronti le emozioni o i problemi persistenti in seguito.

Now I didn’t mind stalling on certain things like major financial purchases or big family decisions until I have all the necessary information. But the choices I was stalling on were the little ones like what to eat, what to wear, or what movie to watch, and I would end up wasting so much time on a simple decision.

By making it a habit to make 80% of my decisions as soon as they arise, I no longer have to deal with the mental clutter of a persistent decision to make. I’m not doing it all the way through yet, but I’m practicing it as much as possible so that I get into the habit of making decisions more promptly and often.

I’ve noticed that since I’ve been doing this, I can trust my judgment much more than before. I don’t second-guess myself because once the decision is made, then I deal with the next situation or whatever comes up as a result of that decision. I’m happier about it, and so is my wife. I know he must have thought to himself many times, Teron, make a decision now.

If you’re still facing decision-making challenges like me, here are some tips to follow:

And remember that

How to stick to your decisions

Sticking to your decisions is extremely important to develop the right concentration and clarity in achieving your goals. There are many important considerations here that will help you get the most out of your decisions.

The decisions you make are permanent

You should never see a decision as something you can break. Decisions are permanent and you need to implement them with absolute competence and clarity to be successful. By considering your permanent decisions, you allow all of your concentration to shift in the direction of your goals. You become clearer about what you need to do and what you need to develop to be successful.

You must stick to your decisions at all costs

When you make a permanent decision, you stick to it at all costs. You do this by eliminating all other possibilities in your mind and having only that one possibility (i. e. the decision you have made) in your awareness. This is real decision making, and it will become easier the more experience and practice you have. Over time, your decisions will become even more solid and refined, resulting in astronomical levels of success. It’s so much easier when you make a real decision to change and achieve your goals. Only in the case of real decisions does the right thing happen.

Decisions must be made immediately

The decisions you make, when they are real, are always followed by action immediately. This would mean, at best, writing a plan of what you want to do, following the laws of diligence. In other words, you would set up a plan that you can diligently follow. Thanks to this, you will make your decision as quick and easy as possible. It will always make you much more productive and efficient in making decisions.

It is best to act quickly and effectively

Act in modo rapido ed efficiente significa fare le cose che devi fare senza fantasticare, procrastinare o altro. Just bow your head and do what you need to do. You focus all your attention and attention on these things to fully dedicate your mental investment to them. This allows for maximum performance. When you sow with full creative energy, you get the return that full creative energy provides.

Bottom line, sticking to your decisions is incredibly important to being successful. It is very easy to underestimate it, but by learning to make real decisions, you will see the absolutely huge impact it can have on your life.

How to stick to your decisions

Your mind is confused. And you can’t untangle it. But you have to make a decision, like now. So, what’s it gonna be? Time’s ticking. Have you made your decision yet? Make up your mind! Time’s up! What’d you decide?

When you’re an indecisive person, it’s really hard for you to make quick decisions (or any decisions for that matter). And when you finally do it, you start wondering if it was the normal decision. And actually, now you I only knowit was the wrong one – probably, at least you think, well maybe not.

And the tangle becomes more and more intricate. You’re overthinking it. And it’s feeding your inability to make decisions quick and effectively.

Stop. Stop thinking about everything.

Try these nine things instead, tips courtesy of the Young Entrepreneur Council, to make decisions with confidence.

1. Don’t give in to analytic paralysis.

Analytic paralysis is a state of reflection. Many entrepreneurs tend to overanalyze and suffer from this inactivity state. You can’t spend too much time thinking about every little detail, including worrying about all the little things that could go wrong.

2. Set the allotted time.

While many people believe you should sleep on decisions, this leads me to overthinking and insomnia. I like having a two or four hour countdown in my head where I have to make a simple business decision with the overall goal of making it in less than two hours. This gives me enough time to reflect on the pros and cons of the decision, review any information, and even consult with someone else.

3. Take a lean approach.

Often the right decisionNowbeats a great decisionafter, but understanding the cost of a bad decision is crucial. If it’s something that is easy to change after, make your good decision Now. Get data, see how it works, and then you can make a more informed decision down the line. It’s analogous to the “lean startup” approach. Get something to test and improve.

4. Use the 10-10-10 method.

Ask yourself if you will be pleased with your decision 10 minutes,10 months and 10 years from Now. This strategy makes you consider the short-term, medium-term and long-term consequences or, hopefully, benefits that come with your decision. I’ve found that the more you apply this technique, the more confident you’ll become at making quick decisions because you’ve considered all time frames.

5. Write it down.

It’s the first thing my mentor asks when I suffer from indecision: “Did you write it down?” The clarity of writing a problem and potential solutions should not be underestimated. Once the list has been created, it can be helpful to phone a respected colleague and scroll through the list with them.

6. List the advantages and disadvantages.

Scrivendo i pro ei contro di una decisione e i suoi costi e benefici, posso trasferire le informazioni dalla mia testa a semplici statistiche. Once I have the pros and cons in front of me, especially if it’s matched to a mind map of our current tasks, then we can see if a particular decision is beneficial for the big picture.

7. Hit the history books.

Not the literal history books, but there is bound to be something out there that has a connection to what you’re currently experiencing. Research business decisions, both from large corporations and your business owner friends, to judge what really is the most likely end in whichever path you take. Understand the consequences as carefully as possible to avoid noises.

8. Call a friend.

Most business decisions are simple. What sets businessmen apart from others is the desire to create them. If I’m starting to overthink things, I call my brother-in-law, a plastic surgeon with zero business experience, but great common sense. He’ll come to a conclusion quickly, explain his reasoning and it will suddenly seem much easier to act upon.

9. Trust your instincts.

My instincts have never let me down in making decisions in my companies. I always trust my instincts. Whenever I haven’t, I’ve been wrong. Thought accesses the logical part of the brain, but on a limbic level, if there is a feeling that tells me something other than my mind, I always lean that way.

Young Entrepreneurs Council (KMO) is an invite-only organization comprised of the world’s most promising young entrepreneurs. In partnership with Citi, YEC was recently launched Business collective, a free virtual mentoring program that helps millions of entrepreneurs start and grow businesses.

Should You Trust Your Gut? A new study co-authored by Yale SOM’s Taly Reich finds that decisions made on the basis of feelings hold up longer in the face of new information than decisions made deliberately and rationally.

How to stick to your decisions

In early April, theNorthwestern newspaper, Northwestern University’s student newspaper published an article about high school seniors making university decisions in the midst of a pandemic. No campus tours. No personal interviews with current students, no class visits or the ability to judge the relative comfort of dining rooms and dormitories.

Instead, an elder from Plantation, Florida browsed online. He found a group of accepted students on Facebook and appreciated their “spirit and camaraderie”. Left with a good feeling, she decided Northwestern was the normal fit. “Maybe it had to be,” she said she.

Perhaps. But how will that impression last in a four-year college career? Will this Florida graduate from Northwestern or will eventually begin to regret the choice she made and try to relocate?

A new study co-authored by Yale SOM’s Taly Reich and Sam Maglio of the University of Toronto may help to answer that question. The research aims to understand how how we make decisions affects whether we change our minds over time.

Read the study:"Protezione della scelta per le decisioni incentrate sul sentimento"

“Much of the literature focuses on how you make a decision and how it affects the decision you make,” Reich says. Do people make better decisions when they make them judiciously and rationally or when their decisions are rooted in emotions? Reich and Maglio’s study tackles this realm of inquiry from the other side of the timeline. “The unique thing about our paper is that we instead look at the post-choice phase: sure, we make a choice, but then we’re exposed to all this new information, to other options that can threaten the choice we made. How do we protect our choices in the face of this?

In short, Reich and Maglio examine the relationship between how people make a choice – whether they make it rationally or emotionally – and how stubborn they are in defending that choice.

The researchers used seven experiments to explore that relationship and in each case found that people are more protective of a choice when it is made on the basis of feelings. In an experiment exploring regret, participants were asked to choose one of three digital cameras based on several distinctive technical characteristics. One group was asked to use their “intuitive gut feeling”, the other group “deliberate and rational analysis”. I partecipanti sono stati quindi assegnati in modo casuale a uno scenario in cui il giorno after un ipotetico acquisto, hanno letto un rapporto di un consumatore che si vantava o diffamava la qualità della fotocamera che avevano scelto. Those who chose a camera based on their feelings experienced less regret when told they’d made a bad choice. (This group was also more likely to reject the competencies of negative reviewers.)

Another experiment showed greater persistence among people who tried to solve visual puzzles with their instincts. To verify this, Reich and Maglio showed eight related models and asked participants to select the ninth in the sequence from a series of options; in this case, however, the correct answer was removed. One group was asked to select their best guess based on what they felt was normal, and the other based on deliberative analysis. Those who chose the answer based on their feelings were more likely to try to solve the puzzle again, even if the first time they got the wrong answer.

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“What we’re documenting is the main effect where making feelings-based decisions seems to offer people more protection for choice,” Reich says. There are some interesting implications from this finding. For marketers, making decisions based on feelings rather than rationality could ensure stronger loyalty among consumers. This could be achieved through a number of subtle tactics, such as using images rather than words or colors rather than grayscale.

For consumers, the study suggests that choices that require constant effort should perhaps be made with emotion rather than deliberation. Consider if anyone is trying to decide which exercise regimen is best. Rather than weighing the pros and cons, perhaps they should just follow their instincts to encourage themselves to make a long-term commitment. On the other hand, dynamic choices, which require frequent reconsideration and an openness to review, should be made rationally.

“People need to kNow that the way in which they arrive at a decision has these consequences for how they actually live with the decision,” Reich says. “If we face choices that are very important to us, that we want to protect, then we should probably go with our instincts rather than deliberate. “

Hello everyone, I hope that you are all well and that you are taking care of yourself. This article is aimed at a relatively new audience in the cryptocurrency world or who are making emotionally impulsive decisions as they once were. So, if you are one of them, read on.

If you are still here, you are new or you may be emotionally driven, and let me tell you that both of these conditions are perfectly normal. Everyone goes through these situations and can be managed through experience. When I started my cryptocurrency journey in November 2020, I was emotionally driven and made some unfavorable decisions during the XRP debacle, which I shared in my article, lost 80% of my capital || I share my trading experience for beginners. But here I strive to be more analytical in my decisions, and it’s only been 7 months. To be honest I never thought I’d start blogging but I thought maybe sharing my experience others will too and I’m also getting some crypto by doing this so why not.

Do your research (DYOR)

Now the most important part is to learn because if you don’t kNow about it, how are you going to take it further. So how can you learn, well the best thing is to do your research and that’s the most important thing for everyone out there. Don’t get caught up in the hype of cryptocurrencies and only buy it for profit. Of course, profit is why most of us are here, but do thorough research before investing. It may seem a little scholastic, but it’s the foundation and you need to build it. Read the project, coin or token. Check if it is a legitimate project and not a scam because scams are everywhere. Only use reputable websites like CoinGecko, CoinMarketCap, Binance Academy, Binance Research, Crypto Block, and there are many more out there.

Learn from others

This is very useful because there are so many projects out there that if you take one project a day to analyze, you won’t be able to cover them all. Therefore, you need to learn from others. Now, this is a double edge sword because this is reality and everyone is not concerned about others, and maybe me too who kNows. Trust them who you personally kNow or who have built their credibility over the years. But use their words as a reference or get acquainted with new projects and start exploring them on your own before taking any action because you are the one who has to make the decision in the end, so always do your research.

Keep an eye on the elephant

Now non devi andare nella foresta, l’elefante è solo una metafora di tutto ciò in cui investirai o hai già investito. This is very important because when you drink your coffee it could be bad news or just a rumor that your tokens are destroying everything. Follow some cryptographic channels or websites, podcasts or even Twitter that play an important role in today’s world. Track your project for an upgrade or downgrade to get an idea of ​​how your project might work in the future.

Set your limits and avoid instant transactions

If you want to succeed at anything then it is very important to ackNowledge your limits and then keep pushing them, that too has a limit. So, set limits on how much you can spend on cryptocurrencies, whether it’s buying, selling, trading or even betting. Set the entry and exit limits for transactions. Now, cosa intendo per scambi immediati, in pratica quando perdiamo uno scambio o qualcosa va come non pianificato tendiamo a recuperarlo immediatamente ed è allora che facciamo scambi immediati. Believe me it is true because I have experienced it myself and since we have access to trading on our phone it happens more often. Always focus on your limits.


This is also an important rule for investing, always try to invest in a different category or type of asset. So that if one goes down, you don’t lose everything. It also uses different platforms because cyber attacks on these platforms can destroy everything. Diversification can also prove really efficient as if a token or certain set of tokens starts pumping, this could drastically pump your portfolio.

Analyze your decisions, expenses and earnings

Analyze everything in crypto before making a decision. Always analyze designs for their use cases, business model, what they are doing differently from their competitors, and more. Record your cryptocurrency expenses for every trade you make, buy order or any other investment. The same goes for earnings, profits per sell order, or interest from staking. Ti aiuterà a tenere traccia di tutto e a rispettare i tuoi limiti.

Analysis of cycles and charts is also necessary and should be done gradually, but always try to analyze the market and capture the market sentiment.

Breaks and time management

Everything mentioned above is a waste if you don’t follow it. Taking regular breaks is the most important thing and gives you time for a better analysis. Non rimanere sugli schermi per ore, prova a interagire con il mondo fisico, fai esercizio, trascorri del tempo con la tua famiglia e i tuoi amici. Learn other skills or try to broaden your horizons. Set a schedule for research sessions, like on weekends or whenever you feel comfortable, time frames for daily updates, all of this matters, it makes you a more relaxed person and this is something that not everyone feels. the days

That’s all for today, make sure you try to follow these kinds of rules or instructions. And don’t worry, you’ll be fine as long as you grow both emotionally and professionally. There is a lot more to add to this list and you need to learn it, so do your research and always try to learn something. You can also give your suggestions in the comments. If you want to kNow more about the importance of break and analyze then check out my article, S̶T̶A̶R̶T̶ | PAUSE | WATCH | ANALYSIS | PRIORITY | START!.