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Tag Archives: Decision making
Most people I know don’t really know what they want to do with the rest of their lives. This includes most really successful people I know. My grandfather, at 80 years old, used to say he didn’t know what he … Continue reading
A decision without tradeoffs isn’t a decision. Zappos offers me free overnight shipping and a $10 discount after I’ve already ordered? I don’t even have to think about it. Decision making requires you to confront tradeoffs. When you learn to relish … Continue reading
I finished reading Made To Stick last week, which is fantastic and highly recommended for anyone who does anything creative, anything that requires communication, or anything related to sales (so… pretty much everyone). One of the biggest things that’s stuck … Continue reading
You’ve got two job offers: Option 1 is a job at a fantastic company, with great people, doing something you want to be doing. Option 2 is a job at a good company, with good people, doing ok work. But, … Continue reading
There are a lot of people who seem to have miserable luck and tough lives. They end up with significant others that cheat on them or leave them. They make bad investments or get caught up in scams. They have … Continue reading