It Could Have Been Avoided.

The most important decisions you make demand the toughest choices. Letting things go. Starting something you're afraid of. Having a candid conversation you've been avoiding.

All the things you have been avoiding. And for good reason -- they are tough choices.

The problem is that avoiding tough decisions doesn't make your situation any better.

You might feel better because you don't have to handle an awkward situation right now.

But the problem is still there. And your important decision is still there.

Your tough choice is still there. You've just got blinders on.

Which means you're on a crash course with failure.

FearStephen Palacino