Because three would be too many, Julien Smith brings two solid ways to arrive at decisions. He notes that some people freeze up when a large decision has to be made, and to that, Smith suggests simply making the decision quickly and living with the consequences. Repercussions are seldom as severe as we imagine, and this method frees us up to tackle new issues. Smith’s other advice is that, when in doubt, you should just say “yes.” If you are wrong, next time you will know to say “no,” simple as that. A bad decision arrived at quickly is better than a bad decision backed by a lot of wasted time.