Instead of trying to determine the decision with the best results, view life more as an experiment, where the results are unknown and you just have to go for it.
You will choose food that doesn’t taste good and activities that aren’t worth the time and money. You will waste time and effort and energy in choosing something that is not optimal. This will happen no matter how much you try to make the right decision, because you simple don’t have all the options available to you right away.
View decisions as an ability to learn: choose a good option, and then learn if it’s right or wrong for you while you are doing it.
Be patient. Large decisions can take time, and that’s okay. Don’t force yourself to make important decisions you aren’t ready for.
Stop trying to maximize the value you get for your money, and instead just call something good enough.
Set limits, like only looking at the first page of search results when shopping online or only looking in a single store. Purposefully narrow your options so that the decision becomes easier.
Let someone else make unimportant decisions, or decide by default.
Make decisions ahead of time instead of making them in the moment.
Have a fallback that you go to when you can’t decide.
Pretend you are making a decision for someone else.