Successful People Avoid the Second-Guess Paralysis | Note 453
Are you confident about your decisions?
“What-if questions intrigue us—it can be endlessly fascinating to imagine what might be different—but what-ifs do not serve us or help us reach the best possible outcome for the decisions we have already made.”
The quote I just read is from the book, The 100 Simple Secrets of Successful People: What Scientists Have Learned and How You Can Use It by David Niven.
Avoiding the “what-if’s” and worrying about what could be is the best way to steer clear of the second-guess paralysis.