Originally Posted by Exsisto optimus
To only think about whether or not a decision "is you" ignores the fact that people change - and sometimes the choices one should make must not be according to who they are but who they would like to be. [...]
Exsisto, you say you disagree with the article, but I think you, and perhaps others, simply missed this (rather important) part:
Originally Posted by Steve Pavlina, How to Make Smart Decisions in Less Than 60 Seconds
When making decisions via the ďIs this me?Ē method, youíre using an idealized version of yourself for the comparison. This is your best self. Itís who you are in your dreams and goals, who you want to be.
Itís a constant reminder of the kind of person I strive to be.