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What’s the “Less Bad” Choice?

What difficult times teach us about decision-making

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Here are three clear cut types of decisions everyone faces, in order of difficulty:

1. Easiest Decisions:

Two choices, one clearly superior

Example: You’ve won a one-week vacation. You can choose to go to a fabulous Caribbean resort or

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