In her recent newsletter, Mary Hunt of debtproofliving.com mentioned the “10/10/10 Method of Decision Making.”
10/10/10 Method of Decision Making
How will I feel about this decision in 10 minutes?
How will I feel about this decision in 10 months?
How will I feel about this decision in 10 years?
Personally, I need the 10/10/10/10 Method! How will I feel about this decision in 10 seconds, if I say what I’m thinking?
It’s not that I don’t have a filter, I do, but I am aiming for one of two things: a lesson or a laugh. Of course, it backfires on me – frequently. Maybe I should just stick to the third rule: “How will I feel about that laugh in 10 years?”
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Abigail was good at looking ahead. She based her decision to provide food for their protectors on the consequences in the next 10 minutes. But she based her argument to avoid conflict on the consequences in 10 years.
1 Samuel 25:30, “When God completes all the goodness He has promised my master and sets you up as prince of Israel, my master will not have this dead weight in his heart, the guilt of an avenging murder.” The Message
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