“The thing about difficult decisions though, is that making them over and over again only compounds the difficulty. Instead, make decisions once, before you even have to.”
There’s no shortage of advice out there about how to make decisions, but this is the first I’ve come across that focuses on the role of timing in those decisions.
Matt Tanner suggests you make decisions before you have to and offers examples of how making an early decision for yourself can help clarify your goals, relieve stress, and keep you on track.
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