Never make a hasty decision, but do not overthink it either.
When you overthink something, you create questions. They can be helpful at times, but at other times they can be extremely harmful.
Assume you want to write a book but are unprofessional and afraid of failing and showing up. You can’t stop thinking about when you should write, how you should write, and even what you should write. Your head is probably swimming with random ideas, thoughts, and questions that keep popping up. Every question has an answer, and the answer to each question leads to a new question. It creates a loop around you, preventing you from taking action.
You’re setting yourself up for a huge problem that will never be solved. You are creating further delays in this manner. You are still in the same spot with either wholly blank or only partially written content.
But on the other hand, if you refrain from asking too many questions and start working toward your objectives, You will improve and reach your destination sooner or later.
Lastly, don’t forget to keep your eyes wide open. It will point you in the right direction to get where you need to go. By making mistakes, you’ll learn what’s right and what is wrong.
It’s a long and winding road to success that includes both roses and thorns along the way. You will be confronted by setbacks and errors that want to intimidate you.
You will win if you die hard.