Not making a choice is still a choice

Not making a choice is a vote for the status quo – it reinforces existing structures.

Not making a choice transfers both the burden and the power of that decision to others – and they may not thank you for it.

Not making a choice invites circumstances to dictate your future options.

Not making a choice should be a deliberate decision, or avoided entirely – it should neither be the default, nor an accident.

Not making a choice is often the worst choice of all.