I spoke in Phoenix recently. Before heading for the airport, I stopped at Chandler, Arizona, about fifteen minutes south of downtown Phoenix.

There I found a wonderful and amazing attraction called “Rawhide”. At the entrance there are some wonderful bronze statues of cowboys on horses, replicating the Old West.

Rawhide in Chandler is an old-fashioned cowboy town, a huge complex where they have gunfights on main street and old-fashioned steak houses. It’s an incredible place to visit.

The reason I wanted to talk to you about the Old West is that gunfighters in the Old West lived or died depending on how quickly they made decisions.

If you ever saw the movie, years ago, called “The Magnificent Seven”, starring Yul Brynner, there is a scene in that movie where he is out in the countryside showing a young man how to draw fast.

Brynner played the seasoned gun fighter. The two of them were out shooting and the gunfighter, Brynner, would draw really fast and hit the bulls-eye, some can on top of a rock.

The young man asked the seasoned gunfighter how come he had lived so many years and not died on Main Street in a shootout.

Yul Brynner’s answer was profound. He said, “I don’t hesitate. I don’t hesitate.” Isn’t there a marvelous lesson there about life?

Champions make decisions quickly and change their minds slowly. Most other people make up their minds slowly and change their minds quickly. Next time you’re faced with a decision, think like a gunfighter and make a decision quickly. That’s what Champions do.

Coming up, October 7-8, is my two-day, power-packed Prosperity Summit with Mike Richardson in Newport Beach, California.

I hope to see you Wednesday’s on Lifetime Television, The Balancing Act, 7-8 a.m. Easter and Pacific.

You are special. You are unique. You are destined for greatness. I see it in you, you are a Champion.

A Decision Affirmation
I don’t hesitate. I make decisions quickly

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