The worst possible answer you can get to a question is: “It depends.”
“It depends” is often a cop-out for fear of being proven wrong.
It is better to be prescriptive and wrong than vague and right.
Getting a prescriptive answer leads to action, which leads to learning.
An open-ended answer extends action paralysis.
“It depends” is often a cop-out for fear of not having enough information.
You need to come to terms with the fact that we never have perfect information,
but you have to make a decision and move forward anyway.
Next time someone tells you: “It depends,”
Ask them: “Depends on what?”
Then give them what they need and push them towards giving you a clear action driven to answer.