Indecision is a deadly cancer of the mind that has robbed me of many success during my current phase of life! This deadly disease is something that creeps in, encouraged me to creep back in to my safe place time and time again however it is extremely easy to rationalize and this led to accentuated frustration!
Not deciding to go for my goals and step out into the realm of freedom has held me back to hard and too fast in the past. And although I have a vague idea of what I thought was right action to take or the right thing to do, the detrimental effects of indecision did not factor into my thinking…my TRUE thinking!
As I continued to grow in the skills of the mind I developed the learning that decisions and decision making is imperative to propelling me where I need to be. Although, in hindsight, this seems obvious it was the development and perfecting of my decision making skill set that allowed me to take action; to test, to experiment, to persist. More importantly I then decided to choose my thoughts, my focus and perception of the goals I pursued!
A new awareness is always met with hesitancy and uncertainty, but I made a decision to see the good, recognize the profits and choose to focus on only the worthy benefits that can be attained when I step out to pursue my goals.
Upbeat Decision making is phenomenal because taking action is like flicking a light switch! When I decided what I wanted and then went for it.
When I began to truly believe in the essential need to make decisions, I could experience that the mental path became a lot more clear, fewer obstacles remained after a decision and more profound was that fact that after I made a decision to take a course of action very specific inspirations, ideas and solutions were experienced…AFTER I made a decision!
This understanding was expressed by not procrastinating on ideas and actions and immediately moving on tasks and arrangements.
Making decisions was important, as it was in the persistence of my decisions that I could establish very important Daily disciplines that would create a very specific momentum, increasing progress towards my chosen direction of success.
Making decisions immediately was essential in order for me to Keep busy…even in menial tasks as it is the skill set of specific decision making that compounded decision after decision, day after day that
Deciding to take action was a very practical, very specific understanding that when put into use accelerated my results tenfold.
Hi my name is Allan Smith, founder and leader of Infinity Success. I have a passion for helping others progress and develop their unlimited potential and help them turn their dreams into goals and goals into reality!