Are psychopaths ever indecisive

Wiki states, "The prototypical psychopath has deficits or deviance in several areas: interpersonal relationships, emotion, and self-control. Psychopaths gain satisfaction through antisocial behavior, and do not experience shame, guilt, or remorse for their actions. Psychopaths lack a sense of guilt or remorse for any harm they may have caused others, instead rationalizing the behavior, blaming someone else, or denying it outright. Psychopaths also lack empathy towards others in general, resulting in tactlessness, insensitivity, and contemptuousness."

Wiki also reports "...many psychopaths are superficially charming, and can excellently mimic normal human emotion; some psychopaths can blend in, undetected, in a variety of surroundings, including corporate environments..." and describes psychopaths as predators.

Wiki also lists characteristics of psychopaths as developed by various experts. Among them are many descriptions that might fall under the label of assholes and manipulators. And they do not USUALLY act in self-interest, they ALWAYS act in self-interest.

I have had the misfortune to know 2 people who were clinically diagnosed at psychopaths. They were both charming and both adept at grooming their victims and wringing as much support as possible from the the people around them before discarding them for the next person who had something to offer them. The devastation they left behind was (in their opinion), not their problem, deserved by the people they harmed, and completely of no concern.