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It's normal. A lot of people are always trying to change careers or get new ideas for what they want to do, after they have graduated from school.
Unfortunately, taking longer to decide also puts you behind the competition and also unfortunately, it's a very competitive world. I wish it were not so, but it absolutely is. I fell into this trap myself. The problem is, the longer you take to decide, the further you fall behind your peers in terms of money, skills, and life experience. I'm feeling the sting of my indecision right now, actually. Because I don't know what I want to be, I haven't been working towards anything, both in terms of a career and in terms of hobbies or passions. As a result I haven't had money to live on my own or to go on vacations or have stuff or go out. As a result of that, I don't have too many stories or much to show for myself at 28. And as a result of both of those, I don't come off as a fun, interesting, confident man who is in control of his life.
I realize now I've lost out with a few girls that I really liked, where I could have and should have won if only I'd made a choice a long time ago as to what I wanted to be. That's the consequence I've paid for my indecision. I didn't see it then, but nothing is free. I wish I'd made a choice long ago... self-doubt definitely wasn't worth the price.0