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My decision-making process is not considering just joy and truth. I consider all of the values that come with it, but those two values are always on the first place. Truth is basically a powerful tool that if used correctly brings me more positive outcomes (for example joy) in a long-term. Joy brings you a positive outlook on life and wakes the person up from a routine that is many times hurting them. Connecting these two values and finding balance between them I learned to do what I am sure is based on truth, or simply give it time if possible, if not – I tend to be less invasive if I do not feel informed about the problem well enough or do not feel adequate to solve it.
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  • Fall '17
  • Nguyen Tram Anh

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