One of the main cause of stress, conflict and procrastination is our inability to make good decisions.
Let’s face it — we are faced with many decisions from the time we get up each day. It can be what clothes to wear, what to have for breakfast or lunch, or what to do during the day.
Being able to make decisions may seem like such a simple thing yet it’s not uncommon to find that many people struggle with making decisions. In the book, Think and Grow Rich, Napoleon Hill revealed, after analysing thousands of men and women, that one of the major causes of failure in life was due to people’s inability to make decisions.
On the other hand, those who were highly successful had the habit of reaching decisions promptly, and changing these decisions very slowly, if at all. Those who failed to accumulate any significant wealth had the habit of reaching decisions very slowly and changing their decisions quickly and often.