Let your word be law. Be cautious of what you agree to commit too. If you say you will do something, then do it. If you are not 100% certain, say nothing at all. This is the practice of a powerful person. If you are uncertain about a decision and you waffle and wave backwards and forward you put forth a "staccato" vibration into the universe. The Universal Law does not know how to respond so you get haze and confusion in return. But if you let your yes's be yes and your no's be no, then you are communicating controlled strength. You will receive controlled strength in return. 

As Stuart Wilde said in his book Life was Never Meant to be a Struggle, "You are the general of your army."  A general has to commit his troops, and he cannot afford to make the wrong decision. If you do not know what to do, then do nothing at all. Sometimes retreat is your most powerful ally, but advancing too far forward too soon is almost always the makings of disaster.

Now this is not to say you just sit and do nothing and make no commitment. That is the safest decision, but it is also the most risky. It is risky because of opportunity cost, what if you decided to move to a new city, you were hesitant, but you moved anyway. Upon arrival you get hired onto a new company and they become the next sensation, you along with them. So you have to take risks if you want to get anywhere, but they are controlled risks, and well thought out decisions. 

So if you are in between a decision, stop pause, wait, and think about it for just a minute longer than you normally would. If someone is pressing you for a decision, do not give in and give a response that is not your own. This is how you get suckered into a deal that is not on your terms, say at a car lot. You are the General of your Army. Let your word be law.

Wishes of peace and prosperity to you all!

A.J. Christoph



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