Simply put, 10 – 10 – 10 is a new approach to making choices that will allow you to create a life of your own making. It’s about a steady discipline that can help us replace chaos with consistency, confusion with clarity, and perhaps best of all, guilt with no-guilt. More often than not, our lives are formed by decisions within our control, though it may not feel that way. In today’s accelerated world, with its streaming information, confounding options, and ever-morphing culture, many of the decisions we face seem unspeakably complicated. So we decide by not deciding or by letting our gut instinct guide us. But now we have the 10 – 10 – 10 approach. No matter what the scope of the dilemma it’s applied to, it’s always there to save us.
"10-10-10 does have a way of galvanizing people into forward-thinking action and out of a fixation on the present." - right attitudes
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