No decision is still a decision

Decisions

Decisions

Today, I have someĀ decisionsĀ to make. These are going to be tough because a lot of people are going to be affected by the choices that are made.

But I can’t. Because I don’t want to take responsibility. I’ll just put it off, blaming my parents for the way they raised me. Or I’ll blame my boss because of the rules of my job. Or I’ll come up with some other excuse instead of . . . owning my decisions.

So instead of taking a risk, I’ll not make any decisions at all. I’ll just play it safe.

But wait . . . that’s a decision too. Deciding to do nothing is still a decision.

I can’t get away from making decisions!!!!!

Neither can you.

RESPONSIBILITY is defined as “the ability or authority to act or decide on one’s own, without supervision.” (Thank you dictionary.com.)

If you’re still thinking about yesterday’s post, go ahead and make that decision. Understand the impact. But don’t choose indecision!

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