Comment on Should You Use Your Gut to Make a Good Decision? by Julie @ Millennial Boss.
I tend to build a case around my gut instinct by attributing more value to facts that support my gut and dismissing those that don’t. I’ve just accepted that behavior and now just prepare myself to accept whatever decision I have made without regrets.
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