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Decisions aren’t found under a rock

A decision is more than an intention, though intentions are often considered decisions. The distinction is essential.

A decision is an intentional allocation of resources. The part about “resource allocation” makes it more than an intention.

Intentions that never become decisions erode our confidence in ourselves.

Intentions masquerading as decisions also erode others’ confidence in us. Failure to act fuels cynicism and disenfranchises people who might otherwise want to help or whose help we need.

Decide means to commit. It means to exclude other options. It means to allocate time, money, and effort to turn your intentions into action.

Intentions are important.  Decisions are powerful.