There are 2 points you make that I really like. Every decision is a bet and thinking in terms of ranges of outcomes for a given action. However, I ask myself whether you think that the transition from thinking exhaustively to probabilistically has some kind of facilitator? Is there a way to exercise probabilistic thinking in order to avoid incurring in the old exhaustive practices? Cheers and thanks for the food for thought.

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