How many decisions do we make each day? What to have for lunch, how to spend our time and who to spend it with, whether to say anything/what to say on social media, should we take on this client/project — from insignificant to significant, the list goes on and on.
Some believe in the butterfly effect: that ripples from a small action can lead to major changes. When we have to make choices, we may not know which direction to go. Research and advice from trusted friends can help. But sometimes, we suffer from secondguessitis.
We wouldn’t be at the audition or have the revision letter if we didn’t have something the talent buyer wanted to see and work with. But worrying too much about what he/she thinks can freeze creativity.