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Find Peace in Making All Your Decisions

Gentle Reflection

Go ahead and decide

You won’t make your decisions easier just by putting them off until later.

When a decision is called for, go ahead and make it.

If you keep your options open for too long, those options will no longer be available to you.

Choose one option based on your best information, and go with it.

Give sufficient thought and consideration to your decisions, but don’t drag them on endlessly.

The sooner you get started implementing a decision, the more effective you’ll be.

Accept the fact that you won’t make a perfect decision every time.

And remember that you’ll have opportunities to adjust your approach if things don’t work out the way you planned.

You cannot predict the future yet there is much you can do to intelligently and effectively prepare for it.

Instead of agonizing over what might or might not happen, get busy creating value that will be there no matter what happens.

Go ahead and decide.

The sooner you decide, the more time and energy you’ll have to make the decision work out the way you intended.

—Ralph Marston

Join me in this guided exercise to find peace in making your decisions:

Adapting and deciding,

Nancy Gentle Boudrie

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