Tuula Rands West Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada
Chapter 8 - Decision: The Mastery of Procrastination
Hill states "The value of decisions depends upon the courage required to render them."
We all make decisions everyday. Some are big decisions and some are small decisions.
On some decisions we actually follow through with, and some we just do not. So if we don't
follow through on a decision, was it really a decision or was it just a thought?
Why do we follow through on some decisions and why do we not follow through on other decisions?
That is a big question.
When we came across Network marketing we decided to join a company and we actually
followed through by going on line and putting in our required information. We probably made that
decision without a lot of facts. We basically wanted to make money and we listened to someone
else or found a company and just joined. Was that an intelligent decision or was it one based on
emotional expectation? Did we know what we should look for in a company or did we just join
because our friend asked us to join?
The main thing is we made a decision and we followed through and joined a business.
THEN comes the hard part. We have to actually build it! We have to let people know
we are in business. We have to talk to people about our business and for some that is a HUGE decision.
The title of this Chapter is Decision: The Master of Procrastination.
As Hill stated "The value of decisions depends upon the courage required to render them."
Did we open the door or are we still opening the boxes, filling out forms, searching, etc, etc. etc?
Publilius Syrus says, "The opportunity is often lost by deliberating."
Brian Tracy states "The true measure of the value of any business leader and manager is performance."
Have we made the decision to really build our business or is it still a thought?