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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 effectively. Those who are decisive cannot be called wishy-washy. Decisiveness is a trait that leaders possess. The opposite of decisiveness is indecisiveness.
2 Have you ever been in the presence of a couple who could not make decisions?
3 "What do you want?"
4 "I don't know; what do you want?"
5 Maybe they couldn't decide what movie to see or which sofa to buy. It can be very frustrating. You might have wanted to yell, "Just pick something, already!" Being indecisive is a real time-waster.
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