Philip Lemmer: Napolean Hill’s “Power of Decision”

Posted: May 30, 2013 at 3:45 pm

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Napolean Hill's "Power of Decision" This is an extract from Frank Rambouskasnewsletter of 3 May 2011. Visit his website at "Ask any well informed salesman and he will tell you that indecision is the outstanding weakness ofthe majority of people. Every salesman is familiar with that time-worn alibi, I will think it over,which is the last trench-line of defense of those who have not the courage to say either yes or no." I always kept that line in mind when dealing with a maddeningly frustrating prospect who just couldn't make a decision. It's a great way to deal with the stress those people can bring you, andreframe the situation so you realize they are the ones who will lose out in the end because thereare no high stations in life for people who can't make decisions! But before mocking your prospects who don't have the courage to say either 'yes' or 'no' you mustfirst look in the mirror and ask yourself if YOU have the power to make quick and definite decisions! To quote Hill again: "The great leaders of the world were men and women of quick decision." "The suspense of indecision drives millions of people to failure." "Imagination, alone, is not enough to ensuresuccess. Millions of people have imagination and build plans that would easily bring them both fameand fortune, but those plans never reach the DECISION stage." "The man of DECISION cannot be stopped! The man of INDECISION cannot be started! Take your ownchoice." Before you can achieve any level of success in any undertaking, you must first make a firm DECISIONto do so.

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