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"Most decisions should probably be made with somewhere around 70% of the information you wish you had. If you wait for 90%, in most cases, you're probably being slow."
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Stay flexible and be prepared for a speedy course correction of things that break down with a bad decision.
Get comfortable with uncertainty, and master the art of quickly recognizing, and correcting bad decisions.
It is better than nothing. Being slow leads you nowhere but being wrong while moving fast can lead you somewhere eventually.
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Working in a comfortable and high-paying job in the 90s, Jeff Bezos faced the dilemma of continuing his job or pursue the business idea he had about selling books online.
He posed a self-inquiry: At the end of my life, will I regret not having done this?
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The decision making process that Dalio, Buffett and Munger use is:
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