Irrelevant Uncertainty In Your Decisions

Actions and decisions are what drive you forward. Many of these will be wrong or wasteful. It’s difficult in a fast-paced or changing world to get all of the data to make perfect decisions and act accordingly.

Uncertainty can impede your decision-making. However, uncertainty is often present. With advice and counsel in what next steps to take, you are trusting another to move forward. Without this, you have your own intuition and experience.

Here’s my take in most matters – excluding the space program, drug research and other life-threatening, low margin endeavors – regarding you to take action. Make a decision and be comfortable with uncertainty. Taking small steps helps you determine the next steps. Be flexible and adjust.

If you don’t know what job to do next, what business to start, then decide on what your gut is telling you. Work it for a time and see what develops. If you find a straight path and more clarity along the way, then proceed.

If you find yourself with more friction but clarity on new things you want, then proceed. Don’t mistake adversity for wrong decisions, by the way. It’s often part of anything worth doing.

I like action people. They make the world move, and their embrace of failure sets them head and shoulders above the mass majority of people uncomfortable with uncertainty. Don’t miss the shots you don’t take.

Published by Don Dalrymple

I am a management consultant to business owners, executives and entrepreneurs. I write and speak on systems, strategy and leadership on my blog and help empower business clients to achieve their goals for revenue and efficiency. I live a life of adventure and work with business clients all over the world from remote locations to help them start and grow their businesses.

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