What gets in the way of making a decision? Why do we stay in confusion? Typically, the answer is fear. Fear that our decision will be wrong and we may regret it later. It is easier to stay undecided because you never have to put yourself out there and experience the potential negative emotion of failure or regret. The downside to this approach is that you won’t reach your potential as fast, or at all if you spend too much time in indecision. Think of it this way… up to 50% of your life has the possibility to have negative feelings. This is the universal balance of things. So, which is more regrettable, not acting out of fear or never living up to your potential with a few bumps in the road? I urge you to shift from indecision to action because indecision is a colossal waste of time and energy. Indecision is actually disguised laziness. Action on the other hand represents growth and progress. You will inevitably have to tweak your approach and shift gears along the way, but this is all part of the process; part of the journey; part of your learning. Get out there and do it! You’ll thank me later. You got this!