Decide and move on.
You can go back and fix it if you need to.
And if you can’t go back, you’ll learn from it and do it better next time.
The key is to keep moving forward.
Stop for too long and you risk the toxicity of perfection. We have to pick the “perfect plan” or make the “perfect choice.”
There’s no such thing. That that’s just an invention to justify staying stuck.
Forward. Always forward.