Saturday, January 24, 2009

The Process of Decision Making.

Habit of reaching Decisions promptly and of changing these decisions slowly if and when they were changed.You have a brain and mind of your own, use it and reach your own decisions.Keep your eyes and ears wide open and your mouth closed if you wish to acquire the habit of prompt decision. If you talk more than you listen, you not only deprive yourself of many opportunities to accumulate useful knowledge, but you also disclose your plans and purposes to people who will take great delight in defeating you, because they envy you.Genuine wisdom is usually conspicuous through modesty and silence.Let one of your first decisions be to keep a closed mouth and open ears and eyes."Tell the world what you intend to do,but first show it".This is the equivalent of saying that 'deeds' and not words are what count most.Freedom or death on decision.The value of decisions depends upon the courage required to render them.The great decisions, which served as a foundation of civilization, were reached by assuming great risks, which often meant the possibility of death. You will find only the eternal laws of nature.These laws are available to every person who has the faith and the courage to use them.They may be used to bring freedom to nation or to accumulate riches.Those who reach decisions promptly and definitely know what they want, and generally get it.The leaders in every walk of life decide quickly and firmly.That is the major reason why they are leaders.The major weakness of all educational system is that they neither teach nor encourage the habit of definite decision.Definiteness of decision always requires courage, sometimes very great courage.Financial independence, riches, desirable business and professional positions are not with in reach of the person who neglects or refuses to expect, plan and demand these things.The person who deserves riches in the same spirit that Samuel Adams desired freedom for colonies, is sure to accumulate wealth.Muraleedharan

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