Three Questions to Better Decisions

1. What’s the worst that can happen?

2. How will you feel about your decision in 10 minutes? 10 months? 10 years?

3. Do your decisions make sense from an unbiased third person perspective?

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Software Engineer at Medium. Sharing my experiences and learnings from moving to San Francisco alone, being employee #1 at a startup and more :)

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