Source: Tim Ferris YouTube
#1 Try to make a fixable/ reversible decision as fast as possible. So you can save more decision-making calories for something that more complex issues
For example: Where to eat, what toothpaste to buy, etc etc.
#2 For bigger and more complex issues you can try these two things:
- Risk and benefits analysis. List down all the risks + benefits from the decision you will make.
- “Whole-body yes/ No”. Listen to your head, chest, and gut. If one of these parts show some intense feeling, it might be a “No-Go”
These are personal learning notes from the books and articles I read, the videos I watched, podcasts I listened to, or people I talked to.