People spend a lot of time anguishing over the choices they make. A lot of times these choices feel like they are very consequential – buying a house, selling a house, getting married, getting divorced, having kids, not having kids, changing jobs, not changing jobs, moving to a new town, or staying put. One thing I have come to understand though is that most choices are not nearly so consequential as we think they are – it’s six of one, and a half a dozen of the other. I think that any choice can prove to be good, or bad – because it’s not the choice that matters so much. What matters, really, is that once a decision has been made, and action taken, is what you do after the choice has been made that really dictates ultimately if the choice was wise or poor. Most choices can turn out to be poor, or fantastic, depending on how well you execute on whatever decision is made, and the subsequent choices you make.
It’s not about the Choice, it’s about the Execution
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