It may be just as critical that a decision be timed accurately for application as it is to have made the right decision. The right decision
isn’t quite as right when mistimed. Too early or too late and the variables of the choice to have been made will have fluctuated to change your outcome.
Indecision becomes the decision over time. The time to have decided will eventually have passed. Rushed decisions may lead to erratic outcomes as well. Better to have walked with a series of smaller, more timely decisions to start forward with the end clearly in mind than to have stalled completely or to have raced too far ahead.
Focus more conscientiously to determine your fate rather than merely accept it. Timing is a critical facet of simplifying matters of decisions for better outcomes. Only you can become informed and aware of the right choice to make at the right time from your perspective. Timing may not be everything, but it is a valued lesson to have learned from your decision experiences along the way.
“Choices are the hinges of destiny.” — Ralph Waldo Emerson —