Have you ever made a decision, one that you know deep down in your heart is the right one, and yet you still second guess yourself?
You're going to start healthy living and release that last 20lbs, but your spouse isn't very supportive. You decide to cancel a social engagement because you need to take some time out for yourself after a tough week, and your friend gives you a hard time. You know an employee isn't working out in your company but you dread the inevitable conversation. You're actually not sure if this is the right job / apartment / training / restaurant / <insert one of the million decisions you make every day in here> for you.
There's this strange assumption that if a decision ends up hurting others, offending someone or just generally causes friction... that the validity of the DECISION is in question.
The fact is there's no such thing as a bad decision. Just like there are no good decisions.
Think about it.. all we are doing is making our...