“In any moment of decision the best thing you can do is the right thing, the next best thing is the wrong thing, and the worst thing you can do is nothing at all.” – Teddy Roosevelt
Before Teddy was President he served in numerous political posts. One of his first national posts was as the Assistant Secretary of the Navy. In this post he was able to significantly bolster and reinforce the naval fleet of USA. As tensions were building before the Spanish-American war, Roosevelt was able to quickly and aptly build a great navy to help protect American interests abroad. This was a quick and decisive choice that could have ended very badly, but proved to be an excellent move. No matter the end result, good or bad, Roosevelt never feared making a choice and continuing on with full steam towards its logical conclusion.
Decisions will always be present. Information will be specualtive and limited. The important thing is to not allow the fear of a wrong decision to freeze you in your tracks. Make your choice, move on, learn form it – but never let a decision stop you!