Over thinking a decision can often lead you to confusion, cluttered thoughts and inaction. This phenomenon has been termed before as "paralysis by analysis". Don't get me wrong, analysing a situation in order to make a decision is important, but if your analysis is preventing you from taking action it is doing more harm than good. It can quite possibly leave you feeling frustated and deflated, and can harm your self-belief and confidence. If you ever find yourself experiencing "paralysis by analysis", it might be wise to simplify. Find clarity in your decisions. Know why you take the actions you take. Clarity implies confidence and purpose. And satisfaction.