Don’t confuse difficulty with urgency. You can usually buy yourself 12 to 24 hours to gather intel and mull over a tough choice before you make it.

Difficult decisions are part of being a leader, managing a team, or running a business. Their difficulty often leads to a sense of urgency: You’re overwhelmed by the magnitude and complexity of the choice you need to make, so you either procrastinate or you rush through it. Both options are bad, but ripping the proverbial Band-Aid off can be worse.

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