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Make small decisions & decide often

Make small decisions & decide often

When you make small decisions early, before they become big — it’s easy. When you put off decisions, they become big — and painful.

It's like 'a stitch in time' kind of situation... deal with it when the things is small, before it becomes unmanageable.

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