The Worst Case Scenario: Why It Helps to Prepare for the Worst

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Thinking about a worst case scenario takes me to a time I’d rather forget.

A family walk isn’t supposed to be the moment you regret not preparing for the worst. And yet, here I was standing in front of a plateau of bogy marshland with no clear path…

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I write about decision-making and critical thinking. My goal is to help you (and I) master the art of decision making. https://www.resolve.blog

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Darren Matthews

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I write about decision-making and critical thinking. My goal is to help you (and I) master the art of decision making. https://www.resolve.blog

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