My favorite of todays quotes is not attributed to anyone, but appeared in the Forbes magazine in 1987:
Good decisions come from wisdom. Wisdom comes from experience. Experience comes from bad decisions.
That is painful, it’s so true. My next one is from one of the über-entrepreneurs J. Paul Getty:
If businessmen always made the right decisions, business would not be business.
The British swimmer Duncan Goodhew has this to say about bad decisions:
A bad decision is when you know what to do and you won’t do it.
Garaldine Laybourne, US chairman of Oxygen Media said this about decisions:
Business today is about making decisions amid ambiguity.
Last but not least, Oscar Wilde, the Irish writer has this to get us all totally confused:
When people agree with me I always feel that I must be wrong.