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Making a bad decision is better than making no decision.

Asked by: HSELyce
  • Making any decision is better than being passive. It shows your determination and independence.

    Even if your decision is wrong - you acquire experience, which is invaluable. Anyway, we learn from mistakes. What is more, the majority of mistakes can be corrected. Of course, we are not speaking about some global and fatal decisions, for instance starting wars. In fact, doing nothing you stay where you are.

  • It is better

    Making a decision is the only way to move forward. Yes, even incorrect decisions.A person who makes a thousand wrong decisions is better off than a person who makes no decisions at all. Why? Because a person who has made a thousand wrong decisions has ruled out a thousand things that do not work for them. They are much better prepared to move forward towards success than the person who is in day four of watching PowerPoint presentations on Plan A vs. Plan B. - Adrian Abellado

  • I Understand That

    Making any decision is better than being passive. It shows your determination and independence. Even if your decision is wrong - you acquire experience, which is invaluable. Anyway, we learn from mistakes. What is more, the majority of mistakes can be corrected. Of course, we are not speaking about some global and fatal decisions, for instance starting wars. In fact, doing nothing you stay where you are.

  • The question says BAD decision

    The question specifically says bad decision. I agree with jimmy's statement. Sometimes it is better to nothing especially when you know it is going to be a bad decision. Ok let's just say the someone is offering you drugs. Let's see the decisions you can make. 1. No thank you I don't want any. 2. I'll have a try.
    In this debates sake you can't say decision 1 so your stuck with decision 2.
    Is it better to do nothing at this point or yes sure I'll have a try?
    The people who agreed with the debate question please read this and answer it if you can.

  • Sometimes inaction is better than any action.

    At the end of the day, nothing really matters. In 10 years, no one will remember the decision, and in a 100 years, no one will even remember you existed.
    1000, your culture is forgotten, and in the end the world will cease to exist,
    and all the hard work, and emotion will only be a shadow that will never be remembered since there will be no one to remember

    "Life’s but a walking shadow, a poor player
    That struts and frets his hour upon the stage
    And then is heard no more. It is a tale
    Told by an idiot, full of sound and fury,
    Signifying nothing."


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Forthelulz says2015-10-23T19:47:51.787
But isn't not making a decision also a decision?
HSELyce says2015-10-26T04:50:10.710
The paradox of choice)