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Step away from your emotions before making that important decision ... Emotional people make too many costly mistakes. (+1)
says SynysterGates on May 15th 18 (#819809)
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So true
says VicZinc on May 15th 18 (#2761531)
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Uh huh
says Chuck_Tom on May 15th 18 (#2761582)
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http://i1068.photobucket.com/al...ps307d3b6d.jpg
says Will_Janitor on May 15th 18 (#2761597)
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That's a good one Will.
says SynysterGates on May 15th 18 (#2761599)
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I have to agree with you there. I try not to let my emotions get the best of me when making important decisions. I have two on my mind right now that I have to think through and try to come to a logical conclusion. https://i.imgflip.com/1eqdbk.jpg
says Rooster on May 15th 18 (#2761600)
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Smart way to look at it ... never rush decisions and get advice from others if you can.
says SynysterGates on May 15th 18 (#2761603)
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feelings vs thinking will it help me or will hurt me
says Neanderthal_Momdoer on May 16th 18 (#2761704)
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Forget the feelings go straight to thinking.
says SynysterGates on May 16th 18 (#2761712)
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making a decision based on emotions can hurt, best to think things through first....lesson learned...this should apply in all aspects....
says symplycurious on May 16th 18 (#2761706)
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Yes.. Exactly, emotions make bad decisions. Let your thoughs make them.
says SynysterGates on May 16th 18 (#2761713)
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Feelers make great parental units. Unless they're the type that only feel content when supplementing the most sadistic of their feeler feelings. In fairness, those ones are usually more delusional than emotional. http://data.amirite.net/user_im...c2f0527c9b.jpg
says ForkNdaRoad on May 16th 18 (#2761779)
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How many costly mistakes would be about right?
says that_guy on May 17th 18 (#2762200)
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One is enough.
says SynysterGates on May 17th 18 (#2762203)
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I think a "good decision" needs both emotion and logic.
says Trish on May 17th 18 (#2762524)
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Way less emotion is better.
says SynysterGates on May 17th 18 (#2762536)
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I've seen people make logical costly mistakes because they ignored their intuition.
says Vrendowl on May 29th 18 (#2770843)
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If you mean emotion shouldn't be the major factor in decisions ... yes. But without emotions playing some part, there would be far less charitable giving.
says Walt_OReagun on Jun 12th 18 (#2777591)
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That's true.
says SynysterGates on Jun 12th 18 (#2777614)
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That's what I did in my first career...everyone was telling me how good the position was, big money...etc... Big mistake.
says Sukiesnow on Jun 12th 18 (#2777608)
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And now you know ... I'm sure that won't happen again.
says SynysterGates on Jun 12th 18 (#2777615)
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Yes...it won't happen again since I will always factor my emotions in decisions.
says Sukiesnow on Jun 13th 18 (#2777820)
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