I've noticed that some people consistently make good decisions while others make terrible choices that leave them miserable. Is the difference based on luck, skill, or some mix of the two? My colleague Prashant posted his thoughts last night on the subject. He believes that skill is the most important factor and luck is something you create. He also shares his thoughts on how to become a better decision maker.
You can see his post here: Are you lucky?
If you are interested in seeing the project Prashant and I are working on for Microsoft, you can see it here: Visual Studio 2005 Team System Guidance
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