“Each indecision brings its own delays and
days are lost lamenting over lost days… What you can do or think you can do,
begin it. For boldness has magic, power, and genius in it.” — Johann Wolfgang
von Goethe


Make decisions quickly and unambiguously. This does not suggest
that your decision making is either impulsive or ill considered. To the contrary,
your decisions are based on thorough analysis and comprehension. The key is
that the analysis and comprehension are fully informed by experience and
supported by intuitive processes that are themselves very rapid and unusually
accurate. Frequently, this means that you are unable to provide adequate
explanations for decisions when they are made. Such explanations only become
available retrospectively, as time is available to reconstruct your intuitive
processes at a conscious level.