…et of signposts to pay attention to as you evaluate whether to stay the course or change direction. Coming up with these signposts also reminds you that your initial decision is not a declaration of right or wrong but, rather, a decision made given the information that was available at the time.
Thank you for this, Annie. I think there is often a lot of pressure to make ‘the right’ decision when faced with uncertainty — but the reality is that there is no right decision as you can’t quite predict the future. I’d argue that your basis for the decision and how you implement it is more important than trying to predict outcomes.