You Don’t Always Have To Make Good Decisions, But Make A Decision

In order to make a million dollars, the average millionaire had to make 10,000 good decisions.

This does not mean the average millionaire never made a bad decision. The average millionaire has gone bankrupt three times before ever becoming a millionaire.

What this means is that if you have trouble with making decisions, you will always get passed up by the action oriented type of person.

However, if you are the action oriented type of person, the one who can make decisions, then you will always make more of a difference than the person who is always paralyzed by choice.

In life, it doesn’t matter so much that you’re right, it matters that you decided to try to move closer toward your goals.


12 thoughts on “You Don’t Always Have To Make Good Decisions, But Make A Decision

  1. If I may add- if we’ve made the wrong decision, we can always try to do something to minimize the damage, we can always apologize when necessary, we can always try Plan B, and if we really can’t do anything about it anymore, we can always charge it to experience! So we should not be afraid to make decisions! 😊 Nice post Vincent. I like it! ☺

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  2. Hi Vincent. One of my mentors in the past (a named partner of a law firm) use to say “make a decision even if its the wrong one”. She was a successful lady. So I think you are on to something. (ps. I use to be kikkiau).

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  3. Great post. Short and accurate!
    I love your perspective about making a decision, it’s so true.
    I love the saying: Successful people don’t make the right decisions, they make their decisions right. Which really means, you can’t predict the future, so just take a step and make the best of it. With time we develope that as well 😛

    Thanks for sharing!

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