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Why You Should Care About Making Better Decisions

Why You Should Care About Making Better Decisions

Two things determine how life turns out – luck and the quality of your decisions. You can’t affect luck, but you can affect the quality of your decisions. By improving the quality of the decisions, you increase the odds of good things happening to you.

The future is inherently uncertain, so good decisions cannot guarantee outcomes. They just make good outcomes more likely.


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