Indecision. It can be a big problem.
If you cannot decide, or you have a very hard time deciding about something, it can be hard to move forward. Whether it be a business project, personal product, even what clothes you will wear, not being able to make a decision leads to delays and on some projects can cost you a lot of money. If you are trying to decide on how much to bid on a job, you may lose out altogether if your competition gets their bid in way ahead of you, even if they are more expensive.
My very favorite singer is Jimmy Buffett. Jimmy Buffett has a song called “Don Chu Know” (Pronounced like “Don’t you know”) in which he says:
Indecision may or may not be my problem!
Exactly! Ha ha.. it’s a funny way of saying it, but he wrapped up the whole concept in just a few words there, don’t you think?
So, is indecision your problem? Please don’t reply “Maybe, or maybe not.” ha ha…
I have never had a problem with indecision. I am quite the opposite. I generally decide on things too hastily in many cases. I probably should be a little less decisive myself, and take a bit more time to consider before making a decision. But, all in all, I would prefer to be too decisive than to be too indecisive.
Indecisive people bother me. They get under my skin and make me nervous! If I am sitting there waiting for somebody to make a decision, it just literally drives me crazy. I guess that patience is also something that I need more of, I can’t argue with that.