Everyday Decisions, Done Dirt Cheap (Leadership Edition)
Recently I wrote about a few approaches that I use to reduce the cost of frequent everyday “what should I do now?” decisions. Those decisions are important but they cost time, motivation, and emotional energy that could be better spent on actually getting stuff done. In case you missed it, here is the quick summary of the four approaches:
- Making a good decision cheaply is better than making a perfect decision at great cost.
- When you can’t tell which option is better, it’s usually because neither is better —…