Cures to indecisiveness:
Choose when to choose. Decide which choices in our lives really matter and focus our time and energy there, letting other opportunities pass you by.
Be a chooser, not a picker. A picker focuses on all the options. A chooser consciously selects one.
Practice gratitude towards your decisions. Appreciate your choice. Limit how much you think about the attractive features of the options you reject. Make choices choosing never to regret it.
Make your decisions nonreversible. Knowing you've made a choice that you will not reverse allows you to pour your energy into improving the decision you made rather than constantly second-guessing it.
“Everyone has two lives. The second life starts when you realize you just have one. A happy person wants 10,000 things. A sick person just wants one thing. It’s your unlimited desires that are clouding your peace.”