Have you ever noticed most successful people are fast decision makers?
How did they get that way?
They didn't learn it in their formal education years when most teachers cautioned them to think before they speak, recheck their math test answers and proofread their essays.
They didn't learn it from life guidance offered by analog wired Grandpa short circuiting in a lightning fast digital age.
And they didn't learn it from advice volunteered by their conservative friends with traditional jobs and linear careers.
They learned it from their internal voice of experience. A voice from within that speaks more confidently with each passing year. Often a whisper, it speaks for your internal processor to make split second decisions with amazing accuracy.
- That colt is going to be a top performer; buy him now.
- This guy can't be trusted.
- She'll go two thousand dollars lower on her price.
Without consciously thinking through and analyzing stored facts and experiences, your gut knows precisely what you should do.
But conventional wisdom, the obstructionist, begs for more facts, proof and guarantees, just to be on the safe side and you delay your decision. Often the delay results in no decision or missed opportunities.
And squelching a deserved "I told you so", your gut listens yet again to your over-thinking brain rationalize another failed decision as "better safe than sorry."
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