Often, these choices will not be easy ones, but something to consider is the energy it takes to worry about the choice you make.
Hear me out.
When presented with a choice you have to expend mental energy to go back and forth between your options. You may also go to others and ask their opinion, but ultimately the choice will be your own. The interesting thing is that the more time you spend on the choice, the longer you are using up that energy. If you think of your energy as the wax of a candle, then everytime you spend energy going back and forth in a state of indecision, you are lighting that candle.
And you only have so much wax.
Here's my process for making decisions. It's pretty simple. I ask myself three questions:
1. What is the best thing that can happen?
2. What is the worst thing that can happen?
3. Could I live with both outcomes?
If the answer to number 3 is yes, then I move forward.
Every moment that you spend worrying about the outcome is a moment you could be spending moving in a direction that matters.
So now you know the cost of that indecisive behavior, the question is what will you do now?
Go get em.