Firstly, thanks for reading :) The first principle method of decision making is quite powerful. I think giving anything absolute power isn’t the best thing to do. There will be trivial decisions that people will make that are not related to their first principle and there will be huge life decisions to make that will still not relate to your first principles.

I think where it’s valuable, is where you’re in a rut and need to get yourself back on track. The first principle will ground you and get you thinking about what’s important. That’s what I’m trying to convey in my little write-up. So you’re right, in the literal sense, definitely not ‘every decision’ just the ones that will keep you on track.

I talk so much, I figured I should write some of it down. Level up with me: 💪

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