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The Decision Blog is all about helping you make better decisions in your life. We focus on the Psychology of Money and not so much about the technicalities of budgeting and spreadsheets. We are about helping you take “action” to improve your whole net worth. This is about helping you make a decision as a person, because the worst thing you can do is to not actually make a decision. We are not about squeezing every last dollar out of your budget, we are about actually making decisions about it. We focus on the cognitive biases, the emotional components and give you frameworks that you can use to make money decisions.

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