There are often competing priorities. Not so much things that all have to be done and the competition is over what to do next, as questions which involve a desire to choose blue and green when you really can only choose one.
It goes something like this: I want blue and green, but I can only choose one, but I want them both, maybe there’s some way I can have blue and still have green, but I can only choose one, how about blue, how about green, nope, I want blue and green but I can only have one.
And the world turns and the decision gets no easier on its own.
If it’s such a balanced call, any judgement will be good, so just make it.
Skippy strategy: If you need a tie-breaker – decide which is a single fingernail more favourable and bake your eggs on that.
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