To nearly every question, I would answer with “sounds good, let’s do it”.
We are bombarded with hundreds of decisions each day: most of which will have little effect on lives - even if they do - the effects were probably not predictable at the time the decision was made.
The fact is, I didn’t decide at all. I just happen to default to “sure, that sounds good” for those questions.
Leo’s advocates having a set of default responses for decisions that don’t really matter to prevent decision fatigue.
you only have so much brain capacity to make decisions every day
It’s easy to come up with defaults if you understand what you value:
Value in my life as an entrepreneur means wealth and relationships. Anything else is a distraction and huge waste of my time.” - Dan Martell
By stopping to take some decisions and only taking those that matter the most and that you are passionate about, I believe another crucial factor comes into play:
You will be able to make those decisions you take, much better ones than you used to.