Settling on the right choice isn't in every case simple. Once in a while it is. Some of the time it's hard. It keeps you muddling in the day and up in the nights . It makes you question what you're made of. It makes you question heaps of your character attributes as well. So if it's doing these things, in the event that it causes you to feel terribly uncomfortable in your skin, at that point how would you know it's right or not?
Each and every day we're confronted with two choices with regards to settling on a decision. Regularly these fall into two classifications: either right or wrong. Imagine a scenario in which these emotions are really your gut intuition shouting no. It could be. It despite everything feels frightful, yet it permits you to perceive what the correct way is. Having the balls to follow that way, to settle on that right choice, isn't exactly so natural.
If you think, you are incapable of making right decisions then you are definitely wrong on this. Making right choice is not one's born habit, but it is just our state of mind that make choices based on some aftermath that you do. However, we do face situations where we take easy decisions that can be either right or wrong. The easy decision take no time to do. You simply do them. You're glad to do them. It's it?
In many case, the east decision at times is veiled as an wrong one. It shows up as the decision that will make you more joyful, however settling on the easy decision most of the time will prompt undesirable outcomes throughout your life. Then again, when you settle on the correct decision most of the time, it will lead to extraordinary outcomes.
It is an tough fight when choosing between two. They don't get along. They're similar to the blessed messenger and the fallen angel that sits on your shoulders conversing with you. Every one needs you to hear them out.
But, it is not necessary to always make a right decision. I plenty of wrong decisions can also take you to the way of right one. It is just that, you have to be courageous enough to handle the outcome of your decision. Anyway, it is always suggested to take others opinion, mostly one who would have experienced it - to make a better decision. At the end, it should be your sole decision.
In my opinion, despite of saying that - I have always made a right decision, I would rather prefer to say,
'I have tried and failed in many but finally made the best one'. To be more clear, make decisions (either right or wrong - easy or difficult) that take you near to your goals.