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Societies with a bias towards success, that are idolizing of successful people usually overlook the decisions that led to failure.
We tend to overlook cases that did not come with a successful outcome. And when we do look at failure, we are often quick to explain why things failed.
Too often, we skip the process and jump right to deciding. Maybe that’s due to a lack of time, resources, or knowledge— it doesn’t matter.
Whatever your reason is, it’s never an excuse to skip the decision-making process altogether. Because that’s the only way to become a bad decision maker— regardless of the outcome.
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When we are in a stressful situation, we are prone to make poor choices.
Even a little stress can influence our decisions and make us slip up.
Don't let stress motivate your decisions. When you're feeling the most stress, you'll also feel the biggest urge to make a poor choice.
If you do make a decision while you are under stress, ensure to re-evaluate it when you are calm.
When you're under regular stress, you'll never get a chance to make good, rational choices.
If you set aside 30 minutes each day to relax, you will be in a better state to make smart choices.