Do you ever have trouble making decisions? Do you decide to do something one way only to have a friend tell you it’s a dumb idea? Join the club of wafflers. In the political world, being a waffler is considered a very bad thing. In the real world, waffling on a decision is as common as syrup on pancakes or waffles. John Lennon and the Beatles sang a song back in the sixties that captured the problem perfectly. It’s called, “Strawberry Fields Forever,” and here is the lyric. “Always no sometimes think its me, but you know I know when its a dream. I think I know I mean Yes, but its all wrong. That is I think I disagree.” Now that’s waffling. How do you go about being decisive? First, realize that it’s okay to change your mind. Another song from the sixties, a protest song against the Vietnam War, talks about being, “Waist deep in the big muddy (a river), and the big fool says to push on.” You have to be comfortable with your decisions and if that means changing your mind to feel more comfortable, then go ahead and waffle. After all, waffling is just an unflattering word for having common sense. Do what’s right for you, even if it’s not what you thought it was ten minutes ago.