In his video, Everyday Creativity (http://www.starthrower.com/everyday_creativity.htm) Dewitt Jones tells us there is more than one right answer.
My students often try to give every possible answer just to make sure they get the one right one. At work, people often argue over the one right answer, digging in their heels and pushing for their solution until relationships are damaged and the solution is watered down to "make everyone happy." At home we worry we aren't finding the one right answer for our children and can get stuck in a sort of paralysis until we're forced to act.
Dewitt is right, though. There are often many right answers. And the key to success is to pick one and make it work, without worrying over making mistakes.
What do you think? In what areas of your life are you searching for the one right answer, always disappointed with yourself for choosing wrong or angry at others for not following yours?