Some call it procrastination, others call it being cautious. Or, is it simply fear of making a decision? Whatever the name, it's likely we have all faced this at some point.
One solution to fear of decision making is to ask for help, from a consultant, or a coach. In this article, the author suggests we tackle it on our own with some basic questions: why the delay?, what can be gained by making the decision?, who's impacted?, what happens if the decision is not made?
Fear is the belief (not the fact) that something will happen in the future based on something you saw happen in the past. Yet, how often do things turn out differently than what we thought they would?
Executive dysfunction is usually associated with attention disorders, but we all know what it’s like. No matter how much we need to make a decision, we simply can’t. We organize, we plan, we stress, and then we plan some more — and yet we still can’t choose.