Many years ago when I was young and callow, I received an invitation to attend a 'Decision-Makers' conference. Trouble was, I couldn't make up my mind whether to go or not. I didn't.
As French proverb says, "Between two stools, you sit on floor."
Like a great many people before and after me, I had to learn hard way to actively take control of my life. Prevarication is a poor master, but one that will rule you with a rod of iron if you don't chose to stop it.
Banish from your mind and your vocabulary words, 'I'll think about it.' You won't. Something else will take your eye and divert your attention. Unless you make a positive decision to do or not to do, right now, you are very unlikely to revisit.
Nobody ever became a success by hesitating. Success comes to those who jump in and have a go.
I am not by any means suggesting that you should embrace every hare-brained scheme or half-baked idea that you come across. Far from it. What I am saying is that you must develop skill to actively decide what to do in any given situation and not leave result to chance.
For example, I get about 200 emails a day. Whenever I go to my inbox I have to make quick choices about all emails waiting to get my attention:
Send it straight to trash Save it in a pending file Read it immediately Forward it to someone else Act on its contents
There may be other choices, but point is made. If I don't actively decide between these options I would very quickly get an inbox so full that I would never get chance to act on any of them.
Life and business is very much like that. In this twenty-first century we live in, only those who have mastered art of 'keeping up' can survive and thrive. There is no room for procrastination.
Very often only decision you need to make is whether to act or not. Once you have made that positive commitment to yourself, 'putting into action' part of equation follows naturally.
Don't over analyze.
Often, biggest hurdle to cross in reaching a decision one way or other is fear that you haven't considered all options. Forget it! Unless you are being forced to decide something completely outside your field of experience you already have all information you need. Your brain has spent years sucking in data from all over place. Let that incredibly complex computer weigh options for you in background. Your subconscious moves much faster than your conscious thought processes.