Success is about making perfect decisions, but is it?
The Owl and The Beetle: Thursday Memo
The myth of making the perfect decision as the key to success is a fallacy.
While making the right decision is essential, other factors in achieving success exist.
Success results from a combination of hard work, dedication, and resilience. You don’t get fit signing up to a gym; you get fit by putting in the reps. Furthermore, making the right decision is only one part of the equation. Even the best decisions can lead to failure, and that failure is integral to the learning process.
Successful people understand that mistakes are inevitable and use them as an opportunity to learn and grow.
Decisions are critical to any successful endeavor, but a lousy execution can doom even the best choices.
When we’re in school, we worry about picking the right college. At college, we worry about choosing the proper papers. Once we graduate, we worry if we should work or go travel.
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