Solleh Al-Fatimi
There are four vital things to know when making a commitment to change:
  1. A DECISION. Even, if it is wrong, is a positive beginning and a sign of progress.  
the details of how to accomplish a task come after the decision to begin has been made.The decision itself releases the creativity and energy necessary to determine the strategy for the task ahead. Most people, however, never get past the decision-making phase. They want to know how to do it, may even elaborate plans, but have not made the commitment. Indecision, if prolonged results in a self- defeating cycle of doubt and fear. What is important about a mistake is what you discover from it. You can't learn from mistake you don't make.

     2.  WRONG DECISIONS CAN BE CORRECTED, BUT A "ZERO" DECISION CAN'T.

We have the freedom to choose, which means we have the freedom to  make complete fools of ourselves. We also have the freedom to fail. Only when we are free to fail are we free to examine, explore and grow. If we want our horizons to expand, however, we should not choose to fail out of irresponsibility.

     3. GUIDANCE COME ONLY TO THINGS THAT ARE IN MOTION.

A parked car doesn't need direction, but once the motor is running and the wheels begin to turn, you can steer in the direction you want to travel. Once you've made a decision and have begun to impliment it, you immediately feel the power that comes as you control and guide your plan.


     4. NO ONE MOVES WITHOUT A DECISION TO MOVE.


No one moves without a decision to move. If left to circumstances and outside influences, your life would lack direction. It would go on without purpose. That's why it is so dangerous to avoid making vital decisions for change. Trying to be fail-safe is a sure route to defeat.








 
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