Although we may have made plans, and even refined them, sometimes circumstances change and we are impelled to change our plans quickly or perhaps we haven’t made any plans, but must do so quickly. If we haven’t thought about or anticipated what is going to happen in our near future we may seem indecisive or we may be indecisive. In general we are better off having plans and contingency plans so that our indecision does not lead to any kind of trouble. When we know we have a fallback position we can go forward with more confidence; with a backup plan we are not caught short and don’t have to make a quick decision that may be a bad one. Yet there are times when indecision may serve us better than we would expect it to. When we’ve planned something without thinking it through or use uninformed advice from another indecision on our part may prevent us from an undesirable or path. Or if we’re indecisive enough to slow our pace we may observe the continuance of the plan may hurt or inconvenience others and choose to move to a backup plan. Being welded to one particular course of action can be as damaging, or more, than wavering between several. This means that, if possible, no action should be taken without careful thought and consideration or that no proposed action should be set in stone so that one change plans as circumstances change. Why not feel OK about a little indecision here and there?