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The Power of Decision
Think of yourself as the CEO of a huge corporation. You make a decision, and
automatically, the whole complex corporate apparatus is set in motion to make
that decision a reality. You may have to sign a few papers, maybe even make a
phone call or go out and have dinner at a fancy restaurant. However, most
of what makes your decision a reality happens without your conscious knowledge.
You don't care how it is done. You are simply confident that it will happen.
And it does.
The other side of this coin is that indecision leads to nothing. As long as
there is doubt, there is inefficiency. Employees will just paddle along: doing
nothing in particular, going in no particular direction. Nothing much gets done
because there is nothing much to do.
A corporation needs a strong leader. Someone with a vision. Someone who knows
what he wants. Someone who knows where he is heading.
That vision penetrates the workings of the entire corporation. You will
automatically attract quality people who believe in that same vision. You find
yourself surrounded by a team of co-workers who enjoy working with you to
make your plans happen.
That corporation really exists. It is called the Universe, and you are
What are your plans for your life? What are your dreams? What is your
vision for the future of your world? You are the President, the visionary, the
CEO! You make plans, and they happen.
The most central element of any reality creation is "you get what you
concentrate upon." You need a point of focus, a goal, a top of a mountain to
reach, and to surpass.
Decide where you want to go, and you'll be there before you know it. On
your journey, you will have gone through roads you never expected, met people
you never knew existed, and saw miracles you could not have imagined.