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Earlier decisions = Better decisions

Earlier decisions = Better decisions

No matter what, we are making decisions all the time.... sometimes conscious, but more subconscious.

Not making a decision... "I'll put it off to another time" is also a decision.

So, to have more control over the outcome, we need to make more conscious decisions... earlier.

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