I'll be the first to admit - I'm not the most decisive person.
Like plenty of others, I have defaulted far too many times to the nefarious decision by indecision.
Decisions like choosing a movie on Netflix or finding a place to eat don't really require that much effort. After all, we're not talking about life and death here.
However, when an important decision comes along, we can't help but fall back on our habits.
Do you have a new job opportunity? Are you deciding where to travel for vacation? As you can tell, these decisions impact our lives way more than other, more trivial things.
We've all heard practice makes perfect, right? Why not apply this mantra to the way in which we make decisions. Use the smaller choices to practice being decisive and, when the larger ones pop up, they won't be as paralyzing.