On the fence

How many times have you realized that you were” sitting on the fence. ” and struggling with a decision? There were so many things to consider and you were afraid that both sides of the possible decision had consequences. The temptation is to wait for absolute clarity and make sure that the final decision is the right one. Sounds good and appears to be very rational and responsible, but it is faced on a false premise. The reason you are on the fence is that there are probably strong arguments on both sides of the fence. I think that most decisions ultimately are 60-40 and waiting for the 100% decision is a decision not to decide. If you have been on the fence for a long period maybe it is time to trust yourself and pick a side to land on.

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