Decision making process is easy for yourself. But it's hard to convince others of your decision making skills!
Rumi once said: "If you want what visible reality can give, you're an employee. If you want the unseen world, you're not living your truth. Both wishes are foolish, but you'll be forgiven for forgetting that what you really want is love's confusing joy."
First sentence says there are no provable certainties. Certainties simply aren't provable.
First decision, gut instinct, is usually the right one. Babies always try to help.
Villian and hero are on the same screen; it all originates from the same beam of light. We must seek that light.
Be yourself. We often try to emulate our own self images.
Sherlock Holmes: "When you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth."
In Blink, Malcolm Gladwell suggests that simple decisions are better with conscious thinking, the complex decisions are much effective with the use of our sub-conscious.
Where are we as humanity? The answer depends on how strong people's opinions are. If we live in a cut-n-dry right-n-wrong world, we're still very young.