Velocity Velocity question

How do we know how to make good decisions?
Victoria Booth Victoria Mar 22, 2018 09:15AM
When it comes to making a good decision I think that it depends on the person and the situation that they are in. But we tend to pick the option that is the lesser of two evils, or the one that would have the least amount of consequences for you. For example Bill, he has the choice to go to the police and gain control over the killer from the start but instead of accidentally incriminating himself he took the situation into his own hands, and decides to clean up the mess the killer made.

It’s easy to be on the outside of a situation and say what the involved persons should or shouldn’t do. Your perspective changes when you’re on the inside of something and what’s right or wrong is much less clear. Can you think of a time when you made a decision you thought was the best for yourself - and it rendered someone else in more trouble than necessary? Hindsight is 20/20, right.

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