Hello again. Chapter 7 asks you to ask yourself the first of my 64-million-dollar questions. Here's the summary of the chapter and again, it maybe worth asking yourself these, as I know that many of us are questioning different aspects of our lives and weighing up the possibility of change. Or maybe worse - we're revving our engines with our foot on the break and shaking ourselves to pieces...?
Chapter 7: The 64-Million-Dollar Questions: Accepting the downside of your decision
One reason why people still struggle with crossing their Rubicon is that when you decide to do one thing you are met head on with the fact that you will have to give up something else, The next set of 64 Million Dollar Questions continue the challenge by asking: ‘What are you waiting for’, ‘Are you avoiding your responsibility for an already wasted life?’, ‘Are you hoping someone will hold your hand’ and ‘Who has the answer?’.
The chapter helps you understand that a decision is a lonely act; no one else can decide for you nor absorb the risks that your decision entails. That in the end you make your own advice, you alone have to decide, you alone have to act and live with the consequences of your decision.