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The indecision is more destructive than the mistake

To be decisive or not, to some extent, is a matter of character, of programming, so to say. One preoccupies long before choosing which type of yogurt to buy in the supermarket. Another decides and acts, right ahead, no matter how fateful it is. And if the former is convinced that good looking things from everywhere protect him from mistakes, the latter thinks that deeds are always the most productive choice.

Of course, every extreme is inappropriate, and there are important decisions that necessarily require good preliminary analysis. But anyway, no matter how we weighed and judged, there is always the ending moment in which you say the eternal: “To be or not to be …”

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  1. Indecision is more destructive than the mistake. I’m not too sure I agree with that. Sometimes I have not made a decision because I just didn’t know what to do. As time passed other events occurred and I was glad that I had questions about the right thing to do and that I “hesitated” to make the decision. In those instances, my indecisiveness was a good thing. For me, it’s always best to go with what you know. If you don’t know the mistake from making a bad decision could be irreparable, in other words, can’t be fixed or extremely hard to fix.

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