What distinguishes the adults from children?
Adults stand resolute in their decision-making, always honoring their word.
Children, on the other hand, are unreliable in their promises, succumbing under pressure, and failing to keep their word.
A true decision is not for the faint-hearted. It demands unyielding perseverance.
Only those with the courage to do what is necessary achieve success.
Indecision and a lack of perseverance are the true enemies of progress, resulting in:
- Absolute frustration, deep guilt, and humiliating shame.
Decisiveness and perseverance, however, are the pillars of triumph, leading to:
- Unprecedented satisfaction, immense pride, and unshakable self-confidence.
The only path from the weakness of indecisiveness to the strength of adulthood is fearlessly and actively making decisions, regardless of the storms that come your way.
This is the infallible protocol for true adulthood:
I. Expose your indecisiveness by writing it down.
II. Prioritize with ruthless precision.
III. Act without hesitation and accept no excuses.
Repeat this process until the end of times.