We talk about decisions a lot here, but maybe we should talk more about our lack of decision being a decision in its own right. A lack of decision is not when we decide not to do something—that’s simply a decision not to proceed. I’m talking about when we fail to make a decision all-together—not a yes or a no.
Arguably, our lack of decision ultimately becomes a no by default. By failing to make a decision, we have allowed procrastination to decide for us, therefore we can hide behind an excuse—we don’t have to own the decision because, “the deadline passed,” or “I got too busy,” instead of owning our decision to say, “Honestly, I’m scared to proceed.”
Let’s look at our life and ask ourselves, “What do I want? Honestly answer that question. Now ask, “What do I need to do to get there?” It’s our decisions, not our circumstances, that are preventing this from happening. Let us not kid ourselves. Today, let’s make some kick-a@@ decisions, because no one ever said, “If I hadn’t procrastinated, I would never be where I am today!”
Let’s GO! WE GOT THIS!