By Vernalee
If you fail to make critical decisions, you delay progress. You become a “sitting on the fence” person. In other words, you fail to make (or delay) a choice between two possibilities. Harry Truman once said, “I never sit on the fence. I am either on one side or the other.” True that President Truman. If failure is the fear, many feel that not doing anything is the panacea. Not true. For sure, if you make a decision, (whether it is a good or bad one), you progress your decision making. Movement not stagnation is the solution. Often times, wrong decisions enhance your learning curve. At least, you become better because you have learned what not to do; what doesn’t work. Learning the hard way is better than not learning at all. Sitting on the fence only gets you splinters and a sore behind. Get up, move around, exercise your cognitive skills, and make a decision!
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