It is the decisions we make that make the difference.

We all make decisions all the time, continually, some are conscious decisions other are made on a subconscious level. We are always faced with a continuous stream of decision making opportunities, not to make a decision even is also a decision. Making wise decisions is always a relative task, we won't know whether the decision is wise until we have made then enacted it; a little like roulette from one perspective. However, decisions can be reversed and should be if we are unhappy or unsatisfied with the results. The option of negating or reversing or changing a decision should not bare any stigma; so don't pay attention to how others may mock or chastise you for procrastinating or vacillating on your decisions. You should make decisions at your own pace, doing exactly what you want to do; this doesn't mean to pay heed or attention to what others may say, there are always valuable outlooks available so one must capitalise upon these.