Stick to your decisions
It’s terrible advice, in my opinion, in these times.
The platform that we are all standing on today, is changing.
The only religion then, worthy of standing by, is the belief that you took the best possible decision in the circumstance that you were in, with the data that you were aware of.
That doesn’t qualify this decision to be the best one going forward.
It has an expiry date. And that expiry date could be now.
In the present, our decisions seem like facts
When the only fact is, that looking back all our decisions were merely opinions.
And opinions could change. Should change.
Don’t fall in love with your decisions
I agree to an extent with you, sir. But I believe that not being firm with your decisions will eventually make you doubt yourself – every single time. The idea of being persistence towards their goals had worked for many entrepreneurs and this is because they were firm with their decisions.
The story of Manoj Gupta (Craftsvilla) is an example of sticking on to your decision even when it seemed to have been ‘expired’.
The idea is not to stick to your decisions, but to realize when you should reconsider them because the basis for taking them in the first place has shifted