Who's the boss?
I make good decisions but I've not been the best decision maker. I tend to stew on things and of course, the bigger or scarier the decision, the bigger the stew. But I'm learning to trust my intuition. Malcolm Gladwell in his book "Blink" and many others, make a good case for it. When you listen to your intuition, you are saying to the Universe, "I trust myself" and "I trust that which is greater than myself" because regardless of the situation, or how long you mulled it over or how much you knowledge you have or experience you use to make it, at some point, in the future, the decision will have turned out to have been the right one. That's the beauty of justification, hindsight, acceptance, forgiveness and grace.