Everything we do in life requires us to make a decision. The question is what are you decisions based on. Napoleon Hill interviewed 25,000 men and women and the number one reason for their success was their ability to be decisive. Essentially their decision making ability. What you have to understand is that your decision making ability is directly related to the amount of knowledge you have on that specific subject. This determines the speed and effectiveness of your decision. That is what today’s audio post is about.

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  1. Glen on February 8, 2006 at 11:29 am

    Great message Armand! The decision making process that you described reminded me of a book that I really love. It is called “Blink” by Malcolm Gladwell. It sure fits in with what you were mentioning and it opens up a whole new world of decision making that most of us never new existed. I highly recomend it.

  2. Steven on May 14, 2006 at 10:11 pm

    Hi Armand,

    Thanks for spending time to put up the audio blog. I certainly find it is a creative way to blog for future.

    I agree with you, the more knowledgable you are, the more quicker you make the decision and the faster you make the money.

    I want to ask for your permission to link this contents to my blogs. Hope this will also benefits my reader.

    I am also look forward to meet you this weekend over the AIMS bootcamp in Federal Hotel, KL. It’s great to meet you again after the last year bootcamp in Singapore.

    You have gave me the vision to see the ability to make money online. Thank you.

    Steven Wong