Making a new decision based on new information

This is more difficult than it sounds. To some people, it means admitting you were wrong. (But of course, you weren’t wrong. You made a decision based on one set of facts, but now you’re aware of something new.) To some people, sunk costs are a real emotional hot button, and walking away from investments…

via Making a new decision based on new information — Seth Godin’s Blog on marketing, tribes and respect

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Zain Abiddin is an Entrepreneur & Product Manager. He is the founder and Product Manager of Chillik Media, a design led software agency based in San Francisco.

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