Every morning, you’re given a handful of decision-making dollars.
Each decision you make throughout the day has a price. Big decisions cost more than smaller ones.
For each decision, big or small, the prices goes up throughout the day.
Decisions don’t take credit cards or IOU’s. They’re cash only.
You get to allocate your decision dollars how you wish.
But remember this: Even mindless scrolling on your phone requires you to make many decisions. Examples include:
- Read / don’t read.
- Click through / don’t click through.
- Comment / don’t comment.
- Share / don’t share.
And these little decisions all have a price — prices that not only add up, but go up throughout the day.
So how are you spending your decision dollars today?
Early and often?
I try to make a few big purchases with mine.