I can't tell you how much money/time/stress/heart-hurt/physical pain indecision has cost me. My tendency to see a wide range of options/opportunities and want it all has been stunningly expensive.
And yes, I get it that that outlook would be judged as immature by lots of folks...however, I know others who see it as optimistic and hopeful.
Suggestions for dealing with indecision range through:- Flipping a coin- Examining the upside/downside- Acknowledging the outcome of indecision (what happens if I don't decide?)- Sleeping on it- Doing a survey among friends and/or experts- Trusting instincts- Setting a deadline- Getting out of your head by changing the environment
How do you deal with indecision? Zap me back and let me know!