Lack of attention on the next step is another factor that encourages procrastination. You’re unsure which option is the best because of the ambiguity.

Making a decision is sometimes the only way to truly progress. First, try one thing, then gather feedback and change your course as needed. After all, you can’t drive a car that isn’t moving.

If you’re confused about your next career move, why not check out a few other activities to see what you like? Consider the following scenario: Is it possible for me to volunteer as a mentor for an evening somewhere? Is it possible for me to enrol in a cooking class? Could I write an article about anything that interests me?

Even if none of this is going to be your career, you can learn a lot about yourself. The idea is that, in the long run, a micro-dedication to a probable “correct” choice might remove your ambiguity.