I look at the way we make decisions — whether intuitively or more considerately — and share my learnings along the way. Writing online: www.resolve.blog

It’s not what you do, it’s what you don’t do that matters.

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Steve Jobs once said: “Deciding what not to do is as important as deciding what to do.”

It is this razor-sharp focus that Steve used to save Apple when he became interim CEO in 1997. The insight comes from one of the most interesting chapters in Walter Isaacson’s biography. …

How do you see luck?

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Kimi Raikkonen (the F1 driver) once said: “It’s always the same question about bad luck. It’s nothing I can change.”

The words reveal much about Kimi’s mindset. When he references the question about bad luck, he resolves it with one defining statement. It’s nothing I can change. He knows there…

Darren Matthews

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