In most lines of business, it’s better to be a doer than a waffler. But former House Majority Leader Dick Armey puts a finer point on the issue. Here’s what he says:Wafflers can’t stop wondering what might happen to them because of a decision they might make. They can’t act.Doers drive beyond their self-interest, investigate the problem, decide and act. “The principal determinant of whether a person is a doer or a waffler,” Armey writes, “is the strength of his conviction and his self-confidence.”— Adapted from Armey’s Axioms, Dick Armey, Wiley.