In response to the book “’Decide’, The Ultimate Success Trigger”, Facebook messaged Jim Palmer a question, “Isn’t deciding not to decide a decision?”. The question looks like a challenge but in the actual sense, deciding not to decide is actually a decision, however, it is not the right decision to make for your business. For instance, when you have an opportunity or something you need to do or fix in your business, you need to have a specific decision. The business decision making should be either “yes” or “no”. Making a half-way decision such as “maybe” will only result to stagnation in your business. Success in business requires clarity of purpose and this purpose can only be determined when you either say “yes” or “no” and not “maybe”. You also need to say “yes” or “no” to your personal decisions. If you are invited to an event, you need to say either yes or no; you might be seen as unserious if you say “maybe”.

The decision should be either “yes” or “no”. Making a half-way decision such as “maybe” will only result to stagnation in your business. Success in business requires clarity of purpose and this purpose can only be determined when you either say “yes” or “no” and not “maybe”. You also need to say “yes” or “no” to your personal decisions. If you are invited to an event, you need to say either yes or no; you might be seen as unserious if you say “maybe”.



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