April 28, 2022

EP 245: Cost of Indecision

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If you choose not to decide, you still have made a choice – perhaps a costly one. Have you ever considered this? Some people struggle to pick a restaurant for dinner, would rather someone else choose paint colors for the living room, and the thought of making big decisions with big consequences sends them into a panic. But, is there a right or wrong decision? Tune in to find out!

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“The cost of indecision is lack of fulfillment and joy.

– Malorie Nicole

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Hey, I’m Malorie.

Some people refer to me as Wendy Rhoades. 

I coach business owners with growing companies to become aligned entrepreneurs; the most dialed in and fulfilled version of themselves. 

I define it as transformational executive coaching. 



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