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You Need To Make Slower Decisions–Here’s How

Don’t confuse difficulty with urgency. You can usually buy yourself 12 to 24 hours to gather intel and mull over a tough choice before you make it. Difficult decisions are part of being a leader, managing a team, or running a business. Their difficulty often leads to a sense of urgency: You’re overwhelmed by the magnitude and complexity of the choice you need to make, so you either procrastinate or you rush through it.
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