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Chapter 8 - Decision
Hill tells us in this chapter "The value of decisions depends upon
the courage required to render them."
So what do we base our decisions on? Do we rely on family and friends
to agree with us before we do anything? Do we keep putting off making
a decision because we keep waiting for “something” to happen that will
tell us our decision is right? How do we know when it is the right
Mason Cooley has stated "Procrastination makes easy things hard, hard
Putting off making a decision or procrastinating does make things harder
because then we are stuck. We can't move forward.
And Don Marquis says "Procrastination is the art of keeping up with yesterday."
We cannot change yesterday, it is done, it is finished. We can only,
as Michael Dlouhy says, "live in the now." Tomorrow is not here yet
so we cannot live there either.
Caroline Kennedy stated "When you make the right decision, it doesn't
really matter what anyone else thinks."
Our decisions are what make our life what it is and what we want it to be.
As Phil McGraw put it "Sometimes you make the right decision, sometimes
you make the decision right."