I heard an interesting description of a group of people last week. They were described as "habitually undecided." They frequently were unable to make decisions that were necessary to move a project forward or even get on with their life.
Reflect on your work last week. Did you have several instances where you labored too long over a decision and it cost you in efficiency or potential results? Rarely do the decisions we need to make carry the complex and dire consequences we assign to them. The benefit of making a decision quickly is that you have the necessary information to make the next decision. Without making the first choice, you have no options for the third one waiting to be made.
As you begin this week, why not be the person who is "habitually decided." Do your due diligence, lay out the pros and cons and then MOVE. As Yogi Berra said, When you come to a fork in the road, take it.