Thursday, November 29, 2018

Successful People Let time Be On Their Side!




Hasty decision-making has been the cause of most of my mistakes. This is especially true when it comes to negotiations. If the party you are negotiating with wants you to make a quick decision — for whatever reason — let that serve as a warning.
Making good decisions takes time. There will always be seemingly "good" reasons for urgency. I don't buy it. Good decision-making requires perspective, and perspective comes with time. Most decisions can wait.
- Stephen Key

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