We are working with a potential corporate sponsor for a charity project.
Mostly we are talking on the details of the itineraries of the events scheduled in two weeks time. Yet, they couldn't tell us when the funds would be released to us so that we can start our work. When I asked about it the other day, they just keep telling us that we must meet to discuss it.
So that's it. So I just told them we are pulling out from the project. Just like that.
We just can't do it within the short time span that we have. We might able to do it but I don't think we are able to give our best especially for the sick kids.
Frankly, I've never been so brave before to do what I have done. I usually will procrastinate in making decisions. But not that very day. And I found that it is so liberating, (although I did spent the whole day being angry about it.)
And it has also made them to act.
They didn't apologised for what has happened. I don't really care. But they told me that they will still do it for the sake of the sick kids. Great!
Maimonides, a Jewish philosopher in the Middle Ages once said, "The risk of a wrong decision is preferable to the terror of indecision."