The Terminal!


In the movie “The Terminal” Tom Hanks was stuck in the International Lounge of JFK unable to go out to New York or return to his country.

Most people are mentally stuck in similar “terminals of indecision”.

As Napoleon Hill used to say “The man of decision cannot be stopped. The man of indecision cannot be started.

Life is so fluid and unpredictable that there is no such thing as the “right” decision.

  • people find their “soul mate”, get married and after a few years find themselves divorced
  • others find the perfect job and after a few months debunk its virtues and quit

So what really matters is to decide fast and protect your decisions with your thoughts and actions. In other words, don’t worry about making the right decision, make the decision right!


I make my
decisions right!



You deserve everything you want,
and we all deserve your best self!

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