My now 17-year-old, (14 year old at the time of the photo) was reading “Think & Grow Rich.”
I wish I was exposed to that book at such a young age! I told him, “You have no idea how far reading that book puts you ahead of others, especially when you understand and apply the 16 principles.”
I used to think that the #1 reason most people are broke, suffer from a life of mediocrity, or simply never accomplish their goals in life was INDECISION (the inability to make decisions)!
Apparently, it’s not just a thought that I have! Here’s an excerpt from “Think & Grow Rich” a book that 99% (if not more) of the most successful people in the world have read…
“ACCURATE analysis of over 25,000 men and women who had experienced failure, disclosed the fact that LACK OF DECISION was near the head of the list of the 30 major causes of FAILURE. This is no mere statement of a theory–it is a fact.
PROCRASTINATION, the opposite of DECISION, is a common enemy which practically every man must conquer.
You will have an opportunity to test your capacity to reach quick and definite DECISIONS when you finish reading this book and are ready to begin putting into ACTION the principles which it describes.
Analysis of several hundred people who had accumulated fortunes well beyond the million-dollar mark disclosed the fact that every one of them had the habit of REACHING DECISIONS PROMPTLY, and of changing these decisions SLOWLY, if, and when they were changed.
People who fail to accumulate money, without exception, have the habit of reaching decisions, IF AT ALL, very slowly, and of changing these decisions quickly and often.
One of Henry Ford’s(creator of Ford Motors) most outstanding qualities is his habit of reaching decisions quickly and definitely, and changing them slowly.”
I could go on and on, but I think you get the picture
Making a decision and it not going the way you want it to go, is better than not making a decision, because by making the decision, you give yourself the opportunity to learn and grow and that’s PRICELESS!
To More Profit, Freedom & Impact,