Bad decision-makers who make quick decisions get themselves in a lot of trouble. They need to slow down and be more thoughtful.
Bad decision-makers who make slow and thoughtful decisions are still bad decision-makers. They need to make better decisions.
Good decision-makers who makes slow and thoughtful decisions do well for themselves but they waste time and endure unnecessary stress due to indecision. They need to be more decisive.
Good decision-makers who make quick decisions are great decision-makers. They trust their good judgement and make the most good decisions.