I am so in. No wait, out. NO! IN TOTES IN...
If not, you should go do it now.
Well, you can glean the gist from the titles if you'd like. They both advocate that if something doesn't make you perk up and say YEAH! THIS IS AWESOME, then perchance the best option is to pass.
BUT WHAT IF (!) you might think...
...what if I didn't give something enough time? What if I just need to change? What if something better isn't going to come along? What if THIS is the best and I don't choose it? What if I look back on this moment, this VERY MOMENT and realize that I CHOSE WRONG? WHAT THEN!?
Whoa, calm down tiger.
The truth of the matter is there is no right or wrong, there just is and the vacillation between the two is what causes stress and discomfort. It is like what Mr. Miyagi says, you have to choose or get squished like grape hanging out in the middle.