In the middle ages people believed in Dragons, and created legends that described brave men who fought them.
In Bulgarian, Russian, Polish, Serbian mythologies those creatures had between one and seven heads, lizard-like bodies, ten horns. Two pairs of legs, and wings. They could fly fast and blew fire from its mouth. Dangerous and aggressive, would place tributes on villages, demanding gold.
Their heads would regrow if cut off. One head would come back as two or more. The only way to kill the monster was to treat its neck with fire.
Just like Decision Making. If you don’t solve a problem, finish a project you work on, and procrastinate, it will come back to you multiplied.
The difficulties will regrow like the heads of the dragon.
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