Ten ways to ... better judgment

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Last Updated: 31 Aug 2010

1. Know what you want
2. Get good information
3. Separate fact from assumption
4. Don't be unsettled by uncertainty
5. Be led by the outcome, not your tastes
6. Keep an open mind
7. Find the lessons in your mistakes
8. Learn from others
9. Empathise
10. Remember: you're in control

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