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How to Calculate Whether a Risk Is Worth Taking

It’s basic math, really

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Life is a constant series of trade-offs: Everything you do is something you choose at the expense of something else.

Many of these choices, especially on a day-to-day level, are meaningless — for instance, both a banana and an apple are perfectly fine snack options, and your selection probably won’t alter the course…




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