When it comes to decision-making, do you procrastinate? Do you weigh the pros and cons, over and over, again? Do you hesitate in an approach-avoidance dance? You’re not alone. Many people fear making the wrong decision so they make no decision at all.
If any of this sounds like you, consider this: as long as you have life, no decision is your last. You’re going to make great decisions and you’re bound to make mistakes. Accept that as reality. Perfection is an illusion.
So, do your due diligence; make it thorough and timely. Then, make a decision. Decide and be committed to making the decision right. Pay attention to evidence that presents itself about the impact of your decision. Notice. Learn. Adjust. Do whatever is needed to correct course, including deciding again. You can always make another decision. No decision is your last.