Nine out of ten times one feels paralyzed, it’s because we doubt our decisions.
Sometimes we doubt our knowledge. Sometimes we doubt the choices we already made.
Other times we doubt our instincts.
But what one should be learning is that there is no such thing as “wrong.” The only wrong choice is not making one.
The point is to learn to be less afraid of leaping, knowing that the net may not always appear, but the fall will never be far enough to do any lasting damage.
Doubts are just an inevitable part of life. The important thing is that we act in spite of them.