Some people are naturally more decisive. These charge-ahead types make choices assuredly, from the trivial to the life-changing; stick to them; and don't look back. But do they make better decisions?

It turns out that indecisive people don't make worse decisions. In fact, the art of making good choices is as much about how we make them, and whether we actually put our decisions into action, as it is the choices themselves.

Wojciech Zajkowski, a postgraduate researcher from Cardiff University, and two co-authors came to that conclusion after studying the way people make decisions. Their peer-reviewed paper was published online earlier this month.

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