No decision, bad decision.
In the end, you will thank yourself. The thoughts and ideas will be focused on moving ahead and not spinning your wheels.
There is nothing worse than a friend who comes to you for advice and even after you tell them your opinion 20 times they still don’t do a damn thing. These types of people will have a hard time succeeding in the world.
The whiners will whine and whine and seek attention, time and in some cases, money. Time is money so get off your ass, stop whining and go. Go, go, go do what needs to be done. Whining is surely not going to get the job done.
Whining will only annoy the people you are talking to and next time they will avoid meeting you. Talk to people who are more experienced than you. Talk to people that may be smarter or more accomplished than you. Take their advice and do something about the situation you are in!
What do I do?
This goes for business and personal life. Many people will think about what to do when to do it and how to do it. Many will procrastinate and put off decisions they know they must make for days, weeks, or even months.
This goes for business, relationships, and life in general.
Some decisions will depend on funding. Some decisions will depend only on you. Like going for a walk or going for a run, even if you cannot afford the gym. Changing jobs if you are not happy at your current one and so on.
Make a damn decision.
This one kills me because at least if you start down a path you can head in some sort of direction. The other thing you need to remember is…
You can always change your decision.
This goes especially well for business. If 2-10 people are huddled around a table trying to figure out what to do, come to a logical conclusion and run with it.
Most decisions are, not life-altering, and we can always come back and change our minds. We can always redirect from the decision and hope that we either learned something or can change something.
In business as in life, time is money. If you sit around with a few people, you’ve lost precious time and time, and if you calculate it as an hourly rate, it will quickly add up. Five people in a meeting at say $30/H will be $150 and so on. You will have lost thousands of dollars in a month even with your so called “quick” meetings. Think about this, make quick informed decisions as a leader or in your personal life as an individual.