Is This Good For Me?
This question needs to underlie every personal decision--from how to respond to a job offer or what to chose from a menu. So many of our choices are either snap decisions or belabored: We ask a friend (and another and another), make a pros and cons list, throw the "I Ching."
While such processes have a place, you can simplify things by asking yourself if this is genuinely good for you--physically, mentally, and spiritually, today and next week and in 10 years. Because your inner being looks after your true interests--not just your ego cravings--you'll get the guidance you're looking for.
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