Decisions are hard for many of us. And while some people make decisions too carelessly, I doubt that’s a problem for most readers of this blog. More likely, you (like me) tend to overthink things.

Careful deliberation is appropriate for massive, irreversible decisions. But most decisions are reversible—they’re what Jeff Bezos calls two-way doors.

Making decisions and learning as you go is usually a much quicker path than deliberating endlessly in an attempt to make the perfect decision.

In the long run, making faster decisions saves a lot of time. And the great thing about decisions is that you can (almost) always make another one.

HT: Jerry Jones