Many times people get bogged down by the number of choices they need to make in any particular decision. This applies at all levels. The sheer number of choices discourages some of them to decide on to something. That’s not the best thing.
In most cases, there is only choice that you have to make, and the rest follow suit according to the mother-choice you previously made. It is simple and practical to think this way as long as you’re willing to tell the truth and be honest. For example, if you have decided to grow as a person through acquisition of education to enlighten your mind – that is the choice. The choices that would follow could be getting university education, traveling to broaden scope, or even learning something through working with certain people/organizations.
Organizations also often have to that take one choice, however, they often fail because they procrastinate.