“Most decisions are not important.”

The less important a decision, the less information you should try to seek to make it. Effort in gathering information follows a Pareto principle. Getting 100% of information is exponentially harder than getting 80%. Most decisions are not important. Therefore, the vast majority of decisions should be made quickly.

via Making Good Decisions as a Product Manager

I’m trying to get better at doing this – analysis paralysis is too easy, otherwise.

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