Vicki Willems Comox, B.C., Canada
Chapter 8 - Decisions
Mr. Hill writes....."The habit of INDECISION acquired because of the deficiencies of our school systems, goes with the student into the occupation he chooses... IF...in fact, he chooses his occupation. Generally, the youth just out of school seeks any job that can be found. He takes the first place he finds, because he has fallen into the habit of INDECISION. Ninety-eight out of every hundred people working for wages today, are in the positions they hold, because they lacked the DEFINITENESS OF DECISION to PLAN A DEFINITE POSITION, and the knowledge of how to choose an employer.
DEFINITENESS OF DECISION always requires courage, sometimes very great courage...."
Making a decision, any decision, can be second guessed to death. As you decide more things and stick with that decision, you 'build a muscle'. Whether it's a good decision or a bad one, only time will tell. But as you learn and grow, your 'muscle' will develop into a strong, reasoning multi-dimentional mind. You will become better at making decisions and sticking with them. By using the previous lessons in this book, reaching a decision becomes easier. Once a decision is made, action will ensue and results will become apparent. Make up your mind and move forward!
Vicki Willems Comox, BC Canada