Decision | Note 403
Learn to make quick decisions and stop procrastinating.
Information has no value unless you decide to organize it into a plan of action.
If I could blame most of my biggest failures in life on one thing, it would be my lack of mastering procrastination. In the past, I struggled with coming to quick decisions. I would do the research and gain all the knowledge, but I failed to succeed because I failed to make quick decisions. I failed to take quick action.
“Those who reach DECISIONS promptly and definitely, know what they want, and generally get it. The leaders in every walk of life DECIDE quickly, and firmly. That is the major reason why they are leaders. The world has the habit of making room for the man whose words and actions show that he knows where he is going.”
That quote above is from Napoleon Hill’s book Think and Grow Rich.
I guess you could say I knew where I wanted to go, but I procrastinated getting there.
Here’s a question for you.
Do you make quick decisions?
Better yet, have you mastered procrastination?
Even if you know where you want to go, you won’t get there unless you learn to make quick decisions and stop procrastinating.
Please remember once you decide, you must take action if you learn nothing else.
Decision — the mastery of procrastination is Napoleon Hill’s seventh step toward riches.
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