Question for the day: Can deciding to not make a decision also be considered a decision? I came across the pointer to the Dilbert strip below from the Scott Adams blog.
In the third panel in the third row, Dogbert states "Your ultimate goal is to look decisive without making any real decisions". Is it always possible to "make" decisions without actually making one? Even if you do make a decision, can you ever find out if IS the right one? Or since the you did not experience the grass on the other side, you will never be able to tell? Or once you make a decision, do you just believe in it and not wonder about how following the other alternatives might have turned out?
(Of course, I am talking about big decisions here - not the "should I have oatmeal or cereals for breakfast" kind)
Random thoughts floating through my head - triggered by reading a comic strip. I think I think way too much!