Do you frequently find yourself sitting on important decisions that could affect your life? Do you feel that you are not making any forward movement on critical issues because you just can’t seem to make up your mind? Is your decision making process bogged down by too much research, too much brainstorming, and unending back and forth discussions with friends and colleagues?Then, you are a victim of procrastination. Like me. Like most people on this planet.I read it on Google, the Harvard scientists call this phenomenon as Analysis Paralysis. Quite a fancy name (like Procrastination needed a fancy word, really?)It goes like this…Analysis paralysis is a situation where the sheer volume of analysis overwhelms the decision-making process itself. If it’s happening to you, it is critical that you recognize it and take steps to get out of it.Of course, when we make important decisions that have a potential to change our lives, we must tread carefully. We must research all benefits, understand all costs, and thoroughly weigh all the pros and cons. That is prudent. That is necessary.