your values and your desires.A bad decision doesn’t. A bad decision might work with your values but not your desires, or vice versa.
A bad decision might get you something you want, but in a way that turns you into someone you don’t want to be.Let’s say that you want to have more money.Of course, whether a decision is good or bad depends on your values and desires.
A good decision for me might be a bad decision for you, and vice versa.You’re always working with incomplete information.No matter how much you know, there’s a limit to the knowledge you can acquire and/or the amount of knowledge you can process.When you know you’re working with incomplete knowledge, there’s room for insecurity and indecisiveness. Ignorance is bliss.Read more on positivelypositive.com