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Most Important Thing

You must know what is the most important thing for you when using your selection criteria.

If you don’t know what it is, then you don’t fully understand the problem yet.

One way to find the most important thing is by listing down all the criteria, then compare in pairs (one-to-one) which criteria is more favorable when it’s true. Do it for all criteria until we find the ultimate winner.


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