There’s no such thing as perfect decision making — there are just the decisions we make with the best knowledge and judgment we have available to us at the time.
If you’re spending what feels like too much time deliberating about what to do, it’s because you’re trying to accomplish the impossible task of zeroing out risk.
Everything has risks. There’s no removing it — only managing it, accepting that we can’t be 100% certain, and adapting when things don’t go according to plan.
It’s much easier to move, learn, and improve quickly with this frame of mind.