These last few days I’ve found I’m of two minds about things, and this can make making decisions difficult. Naturally, I turn to the good book: God Emperor of Dune by Frank Herbert.
“The difference between a good administrator and a bad one is about five heartbeats. Good administrators make immediate choices. […] They usually can be made to work. A bad administrator, on the other hand, hesitates, diddles around, asks for committees, for research and reports. Eventually, he acts in ways which create serious problems.
It’s funny, having been a bureaucrat I can definitely see what Leto II is getting at here.
You know what’s depressing? What if you assume that Mad Max is a metaphor for a person’s childhood: