Think & Grow Rich Lessons
George Freelen Livingston, TX, US

Posted: 2018-01-08



One of the major causes of failure is not making decisions quickly. If we follow our God given intuition we can make decisions quickly. By listening to the infinite intelligent within we are guided to make the right decision promptly, but we procreate and put it off. How many times have we heard someone say or have we said to ourselves, I need to get this done, yes, I have been planning on doing that, but we procrastinate and put it off. Procrastination has cost all of us a bloody fortune. Mr. Hill points out that the inability to reach decisions promptly is a common enemy which every man must conquer. Deciding, sets us on course, it is the very compass that gives us directions. If we decide about our future and stick with it, we will reach our goal. The more visual that decision is, the faster it will be accomplished.

Making decisions and keeping those decisions can be a tricky business. We tend to listen to other people’s opinions. Since most people are not goal oriented, their opinions are of little value. We should learn to keep our own council, take no one into your confidence, except member if your “Master Mind”. Members of this group should be selected because they are in complete harmony with your goals or purpose. Discussing you plans and goals with friends or relatives, outside this group will often handicap your performance.

Those who reach decisions promptly and know what they want, and usually get it. Deciding, keeping it, keep you own council will prompt you to develop a burning desire.  With a burning desire, you become unstoppable. You will find a way to make your decision a realty.

To ignore the facts does not change the facts. The facts the making decision quickly and changing them slowly create leaders, create financial independence. Making decisions and changing them quickly leads to disappointments and failures. No one will follow a person that changes his mind often. It is difficult to create wealth by changing your plans often.  

When you make a decision, keep you own conical. “Opinions are the cheapest commodities on earth.” Keep this in mind when you seek the opinion of others or when others try to give you their opinion.

George Freelen