The process behind your last significant decision was complex.
It was a web of thoughtfulness, consideration, and curiousity.
What you remember is whether you made the right decision.
The never-ending risk is that your next decision becomes an attempt to recreate or avoid the result of your last decision.
This is the paradox of being right.
Next time, you will focus on being right rather than the process of deciding.
Fortunately, you have a lifeline.
You cannot simultaneously be right and be curious.
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of No Coffee in the Morning,