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Yes, No, Maybe So

2010 February 22
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by Stanley Quan

Have you ever had to make a tough decision and tensed up in the moment.

When faced with two similarly beneficial or harmful options, sometimes I just freeze.

I don’t think it’s necessarily bad to not always know exactly what you want. I think it’s good actually. It means that you’re not comfortable and don’t know everything that lies ahead. Without uncertainty, life wouldn’t be very exciting.

You’ll figure it out as you go along. I mean, that’s what life’s all about, right? New experiences, new learnings, and new choices.

Decisions, decisions...

One Response
  1. February 23, 2010

    And yet, if you’re going into business, you’re going to have to learn to make decisions on the spot and take some risks.

    I think as long as you remember what you said though, that you don’t know everything that lies ahead, you’ll be able to make smart decisions and not beat yourself up over them when they don’t work out.

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