We have all procrastinated sometimes in our lives, whether it be in school, in business, or on our jobs. Procrastination is the seventh step towards wealth. Over 25,000 human beings have experienced failure, and says that lack of decision was the cause of the failure. Procrastination is the opposite of decision and is the common enemy which every human must conquer.
The majority of people who fail to accumulate money for their needs are influenced by the opinions of others. People allow the newspapers, television, and gossiping neighbors influence their thinking. Opinions of other people are the cheapest commodities on Earth.
If you are influenced by opinions when reaching decisions, you will not reach decisions that help transmute your own desire into money. With being influenced by other people’s opinions, you will lose desire for your own. Take no one into your self-confidence except for the people in your Master Mind group. You should only choose the one who will be in complete sympathy and harmony with your purpose. You have a brain and mind of your own; you should use it! Reach your own decisions based on facts that you find yourself.
People talk too much and listen too little. Keep your eyes and ears open; your mouth closed, if you want to form a habit of quick decision. Every time you open your mouth in the presence of someone who has abundance of knowledge, you will display to that person the exact knowledge you have or the lack of knowledge you have. Keep in mind the fact that everyone who you are associated with is seeking ways to make money.
YOUR FIRST DECISION SHOULD BE KEEP A CLOSED MOUTH AND OPEN YOUR EARS AND EYES.
TELL THE WORLD WHAT YOU INTEND TO DO, BUT FIRST SHOW IT.
The value of decisions depends upon the courage required to reach your goals.
The habit of indecision usually begin in our younger years, when we are in grade school, high school, and even college. It could be beneficial to the college system if they only allowed students who had a definite major to enter college because they would have a focus. The habit of indecision happens because our school systems goes with the student into his chosen occupation.
Ninety-eight percent are working for wages– weekly, bi-weekly, or once a month; because they lack the definiteness of decision to plan a definite position, and the knowledge of how to choose an employer. Definiteness of decision will always requires courage and often times great courage.
Financial independence, riches, desirable business and professional positions are not within reach for the person who neglects or refuses to expect, plan, and demand the four things I mention.
IN ORDER TO BE WEALTHY, PROCRASTINATION CAN NOT BE IN OUR VOCABULARY!