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Fun with Jennifer Franciotti!
Tips to Improve Decision Making
- Limit your choices when making a decision. If you aren’t sure which black pants to keep, look at 2-3 at a time and pick your favorite one(s).
- Take 2-3 pieces of mail and decide what can be tossed. Don’t look at the whole table or the whole bag…just pick out 2-3 pieces of junk mail and start there.
- Practice making decisions with everyday things, ie: decide what outfit you’ll wear ahead of time or plan tomorrow’s meals.
- If you catch yourself being indecisive, defy your natural temptation to ‘forgettaboutit’ and force yourself to make a decision. If you get a bill in the mail and have a question, take action right away instead of tossing the reminder on the counter for ‘later.’
- Consider the suggestion by David Allen – if something takes less than 2 minutes to do, do it right away. (And yes, I know this can be dangerous for some people who fear they’ll go off in a million tangents, but try it once and see how it feels).
Be on the lookout for old cameras and lenses. Leica and Hasselblad cameras always sell for good amounts and the Point & Shoot film cameras from the 80’s and 90’s are also popular. Some Nikon, Minolta and Canon cameras can do well.
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