The hour of decision is the most crucial moment of any life on any day.
Surprisingly many people live day by day by taking chances, banking on Mother Luck, or just by being passive about most vital issues of life.
This is the major reason most lives are just mere subsistence ordinary lives, so many people living barely on threadbare, without a purpose, without joy or happiness, and sadly without any sort of achievement or accomplishment from cradle to the grave.
In the golden words of Theodore Roosevelt, “In any moment of decision,
The best thing you can do is the right thing,
The next best thing is the wrong thing,
And the worst thing you can do is nothing.”
Most people usually choose to do nothing, and no wonder, they always get the worst outcome.
Your fate is sealed and your destiny is determined during those crucial and vital moments of decision-making. However, so many people are very complacent about what to do when vital decisions are to be made and crucial choices are to be taken.
All true success story has a struggle before the prize, decision-making comes before every purposeful action. Your decision today determines your destiny tomorrow.
Every one of us comes now and then to some crossroads in life. While many failures in life take difficulties, disappointments, and life challenges as hard blows and hindrances, successful people accept hindrances and life burdens as opportunities to make the most important decision they will ever make.
While failed people cry over their hindrances and burdens of life, successful men and women take moments of disaster and times of hardship and difficulties as their defining moments and the turning point for a decisive life change.
‘Making The Right Move’ is the common denominator separating those who live their dreams from those who live in regret.
Life’s greatest rewards are reserved for those who could show a never-ending commitment to make bold decisions, and could act and harp on their resolutions until they meet their life dreams.
This level of resolve can move mountains, but it must be constant and consistent.
Because these traits are not necessarily inborn, anyone with resolute determination can work on acquiring them.
People, who can, always can! This is the main theme of this little treatise.