Psyche raises an interesting point about the Tarot and decision-making:
The tarot, for all its elaborate imagery and esoteric symbolism, is not sentient. It’s merely another tool.
Psyche talks about decision spreads, and I have used them on many occasions. There are several fantastic spreads that can give you insight as to what may come if you choose one path or another, and I have even adapted spreads to include potential outcomes for three or four options.
But even I have fallen into the trap of asking a tarot deck “Should I take this course of action?”
The answer is never positive, and some decks (especially Crowley!) can get downright abusive if you’re foolish enough to ask a question like that.
The tarot cannot make decision for you. Decks have “personalities,” but this is because the characters of their creators and the systems they are based upon shine through. They are not sentient; they are only tools. And they are tools that show you where you are in the pattern of life, and where you might be if certain events happen. You can use that tool to evaluate where you might end up if you make one decision over another, but it cannot tell you what you should do. Petition your gods if you must, but a deck of cards will not be of help.
Ultimately you make your own decisions. Tarot can help you be more informed when you make them, but you alone must act.