(2) Preserving Optionality — “A strategy of keeping options open and fluid, fighting the urge to make choices too soon, before all of the uncertainties have been resolved.” (related: tyranny of small decisions — “a situation where a series of small, individually rational decisions can negatively change the context of subsequent choices, even to the point where desired alternatives are irreversibly destroyed.”, boiling frog — “an anecdote describing a frog slowly being boiled alive.”, path dependence)
Mental Models I Find Repeatedly Useful
Gabriel Weinberg

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