When faced with a difficult decision, set a date or time for you to come to a conclusion. Doing this forces a habit of self-trust.
You will be right sometimes, and other times you'll be wrong. However, making a decision is more important than waiting for an outside force to decide for you.
Many mediocre business people become successful just because they get things done.
Being smart or well-positioned or creative helps, but only second to progress - the ability to move from point A to point B to point C.
One of the root causes of analysis paralysis is that CEOs and founders built their organization to depend upon them. As a leader, your responsibility is not to make every decision yourself, but to create systems and a culture that empowers people to make educated decisions on their own.
Ask yourself how you can instil the same level of self-trust in those around you.
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