Friday, May 24, 2024
American University
A project of the Rev. James B. Simpson Fellowship at American University’s School of Communication

“On an important decision one rarely has 100 percent of the information needed for a good decision no matter how much one spends or how long one waits. And, if one waits too long, he has a different problem and has to start all over. This is the terrible dilemma of the hesitant decision maker.”

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On an important decision one rarely has 100 percent of the information needed for a good decision no matter how much one spends or how long one waits. And, if one waits too long, he has a different problem and has to start all over. This is the terrible dilemma of the hesitant decision maker.
— Robert K. Greenleaf