Options are neither bad nor good; you really don’t know until you test one out and can look back and evaluate your decision.
But when you listen to other people and let them decide for you rather than listening and deciding for yourself you get caught in a web of confusion.
Never outsource your decisions. The right decision is the one that is personal, practical, and a bit risky.
Decision making is a combination of what you know, what you think you know, and what you think you’ll venture into.
The only certainty you have is your own courage. Life is too unpredictable. The outcome of your decision depends of your own diligence, passion, perspective, and luck.
Few things feel right in the beginning. In fact, that first opportunity might not be the best. But you can’t possibly know what you want until you try.
First you decide and then you deduce. After all, the right answer is a function of the mistakes you make.