Decision making, after the fact

Anyone can be a critic. It’s easy to criticize another person’s decisions. Most people aren’t as accurate as they assume they are, often making bad personal choices. Some have an instinct for it, others must learn. Making great decisions involves gathering and sorting information for relevance, and judging the ramifications of application. The most important part of making a good decision is deciding to make one at all. Have the gall to make a call!

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