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Decisions – Day 10 of taking Giant Steps review by Danny Stevens

Bob proctor has a CD based on making decisions. There is a song on that CD, an original song created to drive in the principals being discussed. In the song the singer states, “Winners make them fast, losers make them slow…” Tony explains in day 10 that those who fail usually decide slowly but change the mind quickly. Both personalities agree, make decisions fast and change your mind slowly.

While learning from Keith Cunningham, owner of Keys to the Vault, Keith drove in the need to stay in line. I am reminded of a trading game played by several hundred people at Wealth Mastery. Those who did not have a plan, who had not made a decision would either not play the game or would not gain the right to play. The game was total mayhem; people were pushy, rude and violent! Those that stood on the outside of the room and didn’t engage the mayhem failed immediately. Those that kept running from one seller to another to try to purchase game pieces ended up with little to no game pieces. The points to learn was make a decision, stick with the plan. In Keith words, “Stay in line” and “to play, you have to be in the game”.

When an opportunity presents itself you may only have one opportunity to get in the game. This is very real when searching for jobs especially in the recruiter based selection. If the opportunity presents itself one should practice making decisions quickly or many other will and the opportunity no longer exist. This happens with all areas of your life.

The more you practice making decision fast and sticking to the decision the easier it becomes to make decisions quickly. You may make mistakes, but if you do not get in the game, you have already lost by default.

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