See or do your way to a decision
According to management professor Henry Mintzberg of McGill University in Montreal, Canada, there are three approaches to decision-making: Thinking, seeing, and doing. For Wafflers, thinking is what has you stuck, so seeing or doing can be good alternatives. Seeing your way to a decision is based purely on gut instinct. You are out in the world, you see something, and you instantly make a decision. This works well when you are choosing between physical objects. Doing or acting requires a leap of faith. Call on your instinct to make your best guess and then act on it. The results will tell you if the decision was good or if you need to follow a different path.