Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Indecision Hurts More than Making a Mistake

The one thing that hurts people the most is indecision!
For me I learned from my past, as in my loves!
I am a lover and love them but relating to all the personal hell
of their hell they have from being and not being their fault.
To me I would like to date an intelligent lady, a PHD like winner!
So I could talk about something relating to Chaos Theory
in a social economic setting, without them thinking 
Chaos Theory is like a anarchist's view!

Talking is a good thing. It's good to be open with each other!
As in making a agreement with a marred lady!
Even having her say "I will think about it, let me talk to my husband
about it!" would make me dance all day long. Thank god there is hope!
Saying no is also good in knowing one can know what to do!
But saying nothing when actions speak louder than words is nothing!
It hurts to have feelings for a married lady with no talk that is real!
Just a scripted response and blank?????????????

Dating a not married lady is better as the only obligation is her
as it's her rules not her and her husbands rules!
Dating a married lady is also like being a part time boyfriend to her
as you would not be primary to her. Primary is good but indecision also hurts.
It would be ok to jump up and down telling me to fuck off.
Personally I would be happy to know!
"Oh god thank you for being decisive!",  "It's worst to be indecisive
It's a hell!!!!!!"

The value is what is good for you, compatible and rational, fractal and
practicable! So if it's a good arrangement and it heals both, decide!

Nature loves courage. You make the commitment and nature will respond to that commitment by removing impossible obstacles. Dream the impossible dream and the world will not grind you under, it will lift you up. This is the trick. This is what all these teachers and philosophers who really counted, who really touched the alchemical gold, this is what they understood. This is the shamanic dance in the waterfall. This is how magic is done. By hurling yourself into the abyss and discovering its a feather bed.”
Terence McKenna 

As with love there is a value of gold, something of worth in ones life.
And so in your workplace or business indecision hurts more than mistakes.
You learn from mistakes, indecision stops all things for everyone!

~~~~~Indecision Hurts More than Making a Mistake
When CEOs and owners call me, they’re facing a problem or need, most often how to increase revenue into their business. Perhaps they’re in a market where most revenue is won via competitive bidding. Perhaps they’ve realized that slogging along at a 3-5% rate of revenue growth means every day is the same old thing and they’re tired of it. Perhaps they have some outstanding new talent and they need more money to invest in developing their offerings. Perhaps they’re simply tired of competing on price and want to do something to create new offerings with exceptional value that command higher revenue.

No matter the size of the business, the industry or if your buyers are other businesses, consumers or government agencies, if you’re thinking about sizeable revenue growth, you’ll need additional resources. Whenever I ask someone why they haven’t achieved the objective yet, they say they’ve been worrying about making mistakes: the wrong goal, the wrong actions and the wrong investments.

How do you make the transition from identifying the need to achieving the revenue goal? The single most important step is to DECIDE. The longer you waffle, the less likely you will be to make any moves towards the revenue goal. Inertia, baggage, culture, leadership, risk aversion—all these common factors conspire against you. The only option is to DECIDE to ACT and then acquire the resources needed to implement that decision.

Resources can come from inside or outside your organization. When you choose to allocate internal resources, choose decisively. This could become one person’s full-time job. Back this person up; don’t steal time and energy away from him or her. Whatever plan you have, be decisive about it and act.

If you’re turning to outside resources, you’ll need to set aside time to evaluate options and money to pay for them. Do this quickly and firmly. Set aside one week during which you evaluate 2 or 3 options, secure the funds and sign a contract. Once you’ve decided and finalized the agreement, your chosen resource can get started and you can go back to your normal work and focus.

The longer you take to decide and finalize, the more you lose momentum and interest. Any outsider who is worth paying will also be quick to propose a plan, and quick to accept and get started. Appreciate their intensity and focus. You never benefit from lengthy decision-making.

And those dollars you’re trying to generate? The farther off the day when the dollars start flowing in, the lower their value. Even with the current low price of money, delays cost you: in getting to market, in attracting new buyers; in taking advantage of the 1-3 year window of opportunity until others start competing with you.

Indecisiveness infects your whole organization. It oppresses anyone who is decisive and timely. It sends the message that no risk is acceptable—and that means no return. There is never perfect information or a perfect moment. Start being decisive, and accept some risk. The return you envision is just around the corner as long as you DECIDE and ACT.