When you know what matters most to you, it's easy to make decisions. Or at least it should be.
It's only difficult to make decisions when you lose sight of what matters most to you. It's difficult to make decisions when you start taking projects out of fear and only for the money. Or when you start trying to be or do what everyone else wants.
You lose you then. You lose what matters most to you. Your actions cause internal friction against your values. We all struggle with it.
But we can all come back. We can change our decisions. We can remind ourselves of our priorities and get back to them. Then the decisions are easier.
When decisions are hard, just remember what your values are and decide accordingly.