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Shortcut to difficult decision-making

“Doctors are their own worst patients” illustrates how bad most of us are at taking our own advice.  But trying to play both doctor and patient seems unreliable.

One way to quickly clarify a difficult decision is to imagine advising your best friend – what would you tell him/her to do?

There’s probably no proven path to actually following that advice, but deciding what to do is often the hardest part.

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