Making better decisions is not hard. You need to think about the long-term consequences instead of short-term emotions. To help you do this, you can use the 10-10-10 rule.
The 10-10-10 rule can be applied to nearly any decision you face, whether it’s small or large, personal or professional, and whether it occurs daily or once in a lifetime. By envisioning potential outcomes and considering a diverse range of perspectives, you can make an informed choice.
When you face a difficult decision, split it into three parts and ask yourself how you will feel about it ten minutes, ten months, and ten years from now.