<aside> ❓ Good decisions sometimes lead to bad outcomes, and you don’t know why
<aside> ❗ Think about second-order and n-th order consequences of your decisions.
This helps avoid long-term issues, because something that feels good in the moment (e.g the newest growth hack), will often create problems later (e.g. trust issues from audience)
OG Article 👇
Second-Order Thinking: What Smart People Use to Outperform - Farnam Street