Introduction to The Decision Ninja Blog
If you have ever wondered why the Chief Executive Officer of a company who works fewer hours than many of the employees in the company makes 3X more than anyone else, there is a simple reason why.
In any profession, the value of your skills (e.g compensation) is directly correlated with the impact of decisions you make. Here is tweet that I recently saw that captures this in under 280 characters:
The further along you get in your career, the less you’re paid to actually do things, and the more you’re paid to make great decisions.— AriannaSimpson.eth (@AriannaSimpson) January 7, 2022
There are only two things that determine how your life turns out: luck and the quality of your decisions.
Luck, by definition, is out of your control. But you can control the quality of your decisions.
This blog is my running journal cataloging tools, tips, and tricks I come across to improve the quality of my decision making. Follow along and expand your tool kit of decision support tools and understand which tools work best for which decisions.