▲ ▼ Plan Second-Order, Third-Order consequences
I have realized that almost all of my troubles are because I didn't plan the second-order, third-order consequences of my life's decisions. By choosing the first available option, I have often ended up creating more problems for myself and others around me.
Smart people avoid this by thinking about the second-order, third-order consequences. But not everyone is a chess Grandmaster.
I feel wanting to improve the decision making is the first step and if aided by tools to plan consequences of our options then many can avoid costly mistakes in life.
Chesterton’s Fence: A Lesson in Second Order Thinking.
This looks great, thanks for the effort. So people can use an app to download such recipes to help with their decision making process and also submit theirs as well?
Are you planning to build this?