This is in favor of making the best decision possible.
And then…acting on it.
Why do people so often have no issue with the former and struggle with the latter?
I love the attitude of calling problems “necessary stops on the road.”
See, making the best decision possible – and taking action on it – will make your problems smaller.
“I know that the purpose of analysis is to come to a conclusion. I have tested the angles. I have measured the probabilities. And now I have made a decision with my heart. I am not timid. I will move now and not look back. What I put off until tomorrow, I will put off until the next day as well. I do not procrastinate. All my problems become smaller when I confront them. If I touch a thistle with caution, it will prick me, but if I grasp it boldly, its spines crumble into dust.”
-Andy Andrews, The Seven Decisions