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Chapter 5.8: Our Guiding Principles
Decisions are temporary.
We take decisions to the best of our knowledge. Being wrong doesn’t mean our knowledge was never valid. We know that when we take decisions under uncertainty and in a constantly changing world, it is natural that knowledge and beliefs have expiration dates. When the context changes, assumptions may no longer hold and what has worked in the past might not work today.
As soon as we realize that we have to correct the course, we will. We won’t let our ego get in the way of reversing a decision.