You never want one thing at any given moment of life. Your mind always comes up with at least two choices. If your limbic system wins, the choice you make seems to be pleasurable at first but in the long run ends up being the wrong one. And if your prefrontal cortex wins the choice you make may appear rough at first, but in the long run it turns out to be the right one.
There is no law against delaying action to weigh it in thought.
Leaders need to correct for cognitive biases the way a sharpshooter corrects for wind velocity or a yachtsman corrects for the tide.
If one Godfather offers you an opportunity and another Godfather offers you an advantage, go with the former.
When you come to a place where you have to left or right,’ says Sister Ruth, ‘go straight ahead.
Doing nothing is also an action; not making a decision is making a decision.
In every moment of choice, you create a new destiny.
An assembly is extra slow in taking actions.
Listen to your gut, her father was fond of saying, but make up your own damn mind.
When there aren’t any smart decisions, I suppose you just have to pick the stupid decision you like best.