Aim to be an experimenter instead of a decision maker.
Decisions are a test of your personal ability. Something that, when questioned, we naturally feel inclined to defend.
Experiments are a test of your hypotheses. Hunches with much less emotion and pressure tied to them.
When your decision fails, it feels as if you’ve failed. When an experiment fails, you’ve earned another data point. Failures are damaging, while data points help you improve.
That’s the magic of experimenting.