Decision Making Obstacles
Have you ever found yourself struggling to make a decision, even when you have all the information you need? Decision-making stoppers are the obstacles that prevent you from making choices confidently and efficiently. Here are the decision making stoppers that the quiz will help you identify. Do you know which one is your predominant one? Start the quiz!
This is when you become so overwhelmed by analysing options that you become unable to make a decision.
This occurs when you've made too many decisions, and your brain becomes fatigued, leading to poor decision-making abilities.
FEAR OF MAKING THE WRONG DECISION
This is when you're afraid of making the wrong choice, so you become hesitant to make any decision at all.
This occurs when you have difficulty making a decision due to a lack of confidence in your judgment or a fear of committing to a choice.
This is when you're overwhelmed by the amount of information available, making it difficult to decide which information is relevant and which isn't.
LACK OF CONTROL
This occurs when you feel powerless over a situation, making it difficult to make a decision that feels in your control.
OVERTHINKING AND WORRYING
This is when you become trapped in your thoughts, overanalysing the potential outcomes of a decision, leading to anxiety and indecision.
This occurs when you make decisions without considering the consequences or without adequate consideration of the available options.