Without a concentrated effort, everything falls into a state of disorder. It baffles me then that so many people allow time to make their decisions for them. We have to constantly battle fear and laziness, which encourage us to take the default decision that time gives us.

My dad is fond of saying “Do something, even if it’s wrong”. The bias towards decisiveness and action make people successful and wealthy because they know that even making a “bad” decision gives them the opportunity and motivation to correct it and benefit from its lessons.

I encourage you to stop sitting on the mental fence and get in the game. The spectators don’t hit home runs!