As writers we make decisions about our characters. What do they look like? Where do they live? What are they afraid of? What are their secrets?
We make decisions about themes of our stories, plots, action, dialogue, settings, time and so many other things. In fact those things are the same things we make decisions about on a daily basis.
We decide to call a friend in need (or not). We decide to take a job we are unsure of (or not). We decide to return to school (or not). Learn new things (or not) and so much more. The problem is, in our culture, we think we have to have the perfect decision - but we don't have a perfect decision for anything. We only have a good enough decision.
It may come as a shock - but there is no such thing as perfection. There is only good enough for that day, moment or even hour. So lighten up everyone, we are all imperfect beings doing the best we can. Sure we can learn more (and do), discover what works and what doesn't work (and do) and move forward building confidence and character but never forget we are always learning, always moving forward. And we are good enough at that moment in time - even though we can learn and do more.