Farm decision making
The difference between a 'good' decision and a 'right' decision
We often describe 'good' and 'right' decisions interchangeably but there is a useful distinction. A 'good' decision is an informed decision. To be informed you need to:
- appreciate the consequences of the various actions you could take
- have the least regret if it doesn't go according to plan
- increase the chances of a favourable outcome.
A 'right' decision can only be judged in hindsight - it becomes a matter of time. Also remember the decision you make today may be different to the decision you make tomorrow. Things do go wrong - and they will.
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