Don’t pose the question if the answer can’t change your mind
DHH
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True in business, true IRL. You ask for an opinion, and like Schrödinger’s cat, the other’s opinion superposition ends, and they’ve emotionally (and socially) committed to it by putting it into words. Now, you’re not just acting unilaterally; you’re acting against the previously ambiguous wishes of others.

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