This reminds me of one of the rules of how to fail as a leader: "Your next decision may be your first". Also, we all do this, don't we? Eliminating much of this kind of mental 'idling' is the key to getting things done. BUT, just to be contrarian, can I remind you of the value of staring out the window and THINKING sometimes. We live in an instant communication world today, and tend to make fast decisions just to keep up. When you have the time to think more deeply before deciding, DO. In the meantime, get on with your stuff! :) Phil Dourado
by Jim Taggart
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