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May 04, 2009

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Michael Kozakewich

"My friend Ric Ewing created a rule of thumb where"

Wow, I do the exact same thing. It's a bit more difficult when you have a choice between A or B, but the idea still holds true: If you force yourself to choose one and only one, and you notice that you feel regret, you should probably go with the other.

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