Tag Archives: decision making

What Matters?


If things are simple enough you can see what they mean. Continue reading

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I Have Never Learned A Thing Being Right


learn from mistakes when you can experience them inexpensively
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Who Was Karl Popper and Why Should I Care?


Knowing what would harm an investment is a necessary precondition. Continue reading

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What Does Wealth Mean?


Be careful to solve the right problem in the right context. Continue reading

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Understand The Price – Cost – Value Relationship


A subtle difference How much does it cost and what is the price are not the same question. Price Primary definition: “the amount of money expected, required, or given in payment for something.” Google dictionary Secondary definition “an unwelcome experience, … Continue reading

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Chaos Is Not Helpful


Regulation increases risk. Continue reading

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Some Management Gets Results


Less is more Continue reading

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