If It Works For Zuckerberg

I once heard during a training programme that, as humans, we have a finite capacity for decision making – in other words, we can only make a limited number of decisions in a day or a week, if they are to be quality decisions. When we get in to a situation of decision overload, then we start to make decisions which aren’t as good or in the worst case scenario, may get in to decision paralysis.

So, when I saw this article about some of the most successful people the world has seen, it didn’t seem too surprising. Quite simply – in order to keep them able to make the most important decisions in their lives, they rule out the need to make what they perceive to be inconsequential and insignificant decisions;

Mashable – Why Successful People Wear The Same Thing Every Day


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