How to make the best decisions you can

13 Practical Ideas That Have Helped Me Make Better Decisions

make decisions without thinking. If you’ve studied the genre you’ve probably read Taleb, Tversky, Kahneman, Gladwell, Ariely, Munger, Tetlock, Mauboussin and/or Thaler. These pioneers write a lot about “rationality” and “biases”. Rationality dictates the selection of the best choice among however many options. Biases of a cognitive or emotional nature creep in and are capable of preventing the identification of the “rational” choice. These biases can exist in our DNA or can be formed through life experiences. The mentioned authors consider biases extensively, and, lucky for us, their writings are eye-opening and entertaining. ….[READ]

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