2 categories of decisions that will help you TAKE ACTION!
There is a great quote in the Bob Proctor book “The Art of living” which is one of my favourite books of all time. Where he says “Committed decisions show up in two places; your calendar and in your checkbook.” This couldn’t be more true in my opinion. Committed decisions mean you spend time acting on them and paying for them. It doesn’t mean you spend time thinking and thinking some more about them.
First you must practice making the decision and the second you must practice ridiculous commitment to that decision by taking massive action on it.
In my opinion we almost always over complicate our struggles to create the outcomes we want by over analyzing them and causing our brains to change it’s thoughts on a decision we think we have already made.
For this reason I categorize decision in two ways when I make them to help me make them fast and act on them. When I first decide that is called a “Thought Decision”, I’ve really done nothing but thought it through at this point. Then I put it in my calendar, I make plans and commit to those plans. I ask myself “Am I committed to this being the outcome no matter what?” If the answer and yes and then I TAKE ACTION then THIS is a “Complete and Active Decision”. Only then can I confidently say that I have made a DECISION.
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