Don't Confuse Me With The Facts, My Minds Made Up!
All Of Us Are Judged On Our Choices, Not Our Abilities!
- Hope is the desire for a particular outcome
- Decision is the outcome of a commitment to do/not to do something
- Am I being self-centered, or am I including the interests of my family, clients, bosses or colleagues in the decision I am about to make?
- Is my decision honourable in every respect?
- Have I considered the impact of my decision on everyone involved?
Remember, if you don't make your own decisions, don't be surprised if someone else makes them for you ~ for your good or otherwise!
Complicated Is Easy! Simple Is Hard!
[for an excellent insight into righteous decision-making see, "Making Righteous Choices at the Crossroads of Life"]
*"Don’t confuse me with the facts" was spoken by senator Earl Fredrick Landgrebe (1916-1986) during the Watergate Investigations of US President Richard Nixon during the early-mid 70s.