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6 Reddit comments about Smart Choices: A Practical Guide to Making Better Decisions:

u/Akonion · 98 pointsr/business

Articles from reputable sources are a decent source of knowledge, but some quality business books will get you an infinitely better understanding of concepts. Here is my personal business book list if you want to get a "universal generalist" understanding of business:

u/PutMyDickOnYourHead · 6 pointsr/business

Say no more, fam.

You don't need a degree to run a business. Having your own business allows you to experiment with these books first hand instead of taking some professor's word for it. Professor's usually just read what the book says. If they were actually good at running a business they'd probably be doing that.

u/inquisitivo · 4 pointsr/exjw

You and I are in a very similar situation.

I've considered both the options that you are considering, and then I have realized that they are not the ONLY options out there.

I recently started reading this book called "Smart Choices - A practical guide to making decisions" - by John S. Hammond & others, (published by Harvard Business School Press & has excellent reviews on Amazon) which walks you through the steps of making a complicated decision by helping you focus on your desired objectives and coming up with creative solutions. It's actually very engaging and you'll learn a lot about psychology as well.

The thing is that everyone here could suggest option A or option B, and you might be convinced either one of those is great, but there might be 4 or 5 other options to consider in your situation.

I think for a decision as big as this that will literally affect the rest of your life, spending a week or even a few weeks reading and working out your problem on paper will definitely pay off in the long run.

u/Alex_Martynov · 2 pointsr/startups

Makes sense now, thanks for explanation. Maybe something about decision-making or more specifically about weighing the options might be useful. I'm thinking that probably Smart choices could be a good book to read.

https://www.amazon.com/Smart-Choices-Practical-Making-Decisions/dp/0767908864

u/MalcomEx · 1 pointr/AskReddit

I was stone faced until 2 STD's.

After a good LOL I decided to give you an upvote and guide you here

u/leafjumper · 1 pointr/relationship_advice

Now the issue is how to decide.