Making decisions still isn’t easy—but the more I use this framework, the increasingly confident I’ve become in my judgment. Read the full post for aSweatLife.
If you lived in Chicago in February 2011, you might remember Snowmageddon — a blizzard so powerful it managed to overwhelm the city’s substantial snow-removal resources. Lake Shore Drive closed; people stranded in traffic for hours eventually abandoned their cars and walked home. For almost a week, most schools and offices shuttered and no one went anywhere they didn’t have to. Read the full post on A Sweat Life.