Before you can decide on something, you must be able to visualize it some detail. Being indecisive is painful, so we want to get out of that pain. The problem for many of this is that we don’t have the tools or mindset to discover the real details to complete the vision, so we fill them in from our past experience or ‘good judgement’ so we can make a decision and feel better.
Patience is key, as is a willingness to embark on discovery. At some level you need to simply be curious. Nurture your own curiosity, and be steadfast with it even in the presence of the curiosity killer – fear.
Fear is almost inevitable if you are just waiting around in the dark and not doing the work of discovery.
Make the decision to discover.
Ask questions. Observe. Take notes so you don’t forget!
Doing so will soothe your fear, and move you toward your best decisions possible.
Getting it wrong is just another discovery on the way to getting it right.