An acquaintance shared this learning – “Focus on making decisions good, not just making good decisions. Don’t obsess over two similar options. Put in the work to make the decisions you make great.”
This framing resonated and works across all kinds of decisions.
For example, it is one thing to decide to get married. It is quite another to stay married. Even if we made a good partner choice, it takes effort and commitment to stay in love.
Similarly, it is one thing to make good decisions to get wealthy and quite another to then follow through and stay wealthy.
Make good decisions. Then make your decisions great.