The above decisions are the more trivial, day-to-day decisions. They are less important than decisions such as what line of work we choose to partake in, where we decide to live, etc.
The larger, strategic decisions often require much thought. They usually produce situations where we must make smaller, tactical decisions.
Our tactical decisions should align with our strategic decisions.
Though our decisions should be carefully thought out, we should not wait too long to take action. We cannot actually follow a path until a decision has been made. And the longer we take to decide, the more time that passes that we could be using to follow that path.
Decision-making is something I struggle with. I appreciate the many paths that life presents and often find it challenging to select just one. Although it is good to have options, it is wise to decide on a path so that we can focus our energy and achieve great results. This is something I have been actively working on.
What strategic decisions do you have to make in your life? What tactical decisions must you make? Do your strategic and tactical decisions align?