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The Details With Adam and Cecil
We’re still going through the election season here in the United States, and it sparked some thoughts about the concept of decision making.
So how can we figure out how to make the best decisions in all aspects of our lives? Let’s break it down on this episode of The Details with Adam and Cecil.
The Details of Making Decisions: What We Can Learn From the Election Process
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