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By Brenda B. Covert
1 Decisiveness is a character trait that demonstrates one's ability to sort through information and make an informed choice. Those who are decisive cannot be called wishy-washy. Decisiveness is a trait that leaders possess. The opposite of decisiveness is indecisiveness. It could also be procrastination. Someone who is decisive will not put words, actions, or choices off until later.
2 Have you ever been in the presence of a couple who could not make decisions? Maybe they didn't know what they wanted for dinner. "What do you want?"
3 "I don't know; what do you want?"
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