Brits anxious as they face more decisions than ever before
Britons say they are being asked to make more choices than ever before and are struggling to make important life decisions about their health, money and social lives.
Four in 10 (42%) told researchers they are being asked to make more decisions than ever with a third (34%) paralysed by choice – claiming it takes them longer to make decisions.
More than half (53%) say their indecision results in them delaying decisions or not making them at all.
According to the new report from decision-making expert Dr Briony Pulford and ClearScore, fewer than a quarter (23%) consider themselves to be decisive and 15 million (34%) claim the thought of making the ‘wrong’ decision would keep them awake at night.
Aston spoke to decision-making expert Dr Briony Pulford and Sarah Megginson from ClearScore.
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