decision making

The brain's natural tendency to cut corners can pave the way for irrational decisions.
In shattering times like these, it can be hard to know how to respond. When faced with crisis, we often turn to role models
Using System 1 thinking on a System 2 problem doesn't work. In 2003, Vice-President Dick Cheney, no doubt with a mental model
When people are presented with disagreeable facts they tend to double down on their own truth.
However, the false consensus effect applies more broadly as well. Our gut reactions tend to perceive "the public" as a whole
The most successful leaders function with a healthy dose of forward-thinking optimism and down-to-earth realism. They look
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2. Young People Although the nature and meaning of leadership can be debatable. There is no doubt that there is a slow shift
"When people are presented with a steady rhythm or beat, they are inclined to mimic that beat and, in turn, get in sync," he
Commitment is important because the rewards are big. In the case of my qigong practice, the rewards of are the experience of health and vitality.
But what if there is a scenario in which Trump isn't wasting time in a state that seems clearly blue, certainly bluer than nearby Ohio? There is an alternative hypothesis to consider which would actually make the strategy strategically quite smart.
With the election two weeks away, it's difficult to focus on anything else. In addition to daily election news, there are
Many choices in our lives have uncertain outcomes. Choosing between two options often involves a risk.
With the growing number of firms falling prey to cyber risk, governance failures and market forces, there is a need for greater agility in how decisions are made and risks confronted.
Sometimes we get so caught up in the moment, that we don't look at the big picture.
In fact, the negativity bias has been shown to be particularly important in voting behavior. Negative attributes of the candidates
Fear is having a good season. Fear of terrorists, a Trump presidency, a Clinton presidency, police violence, the Zika virus, immigrants, being left behind, and the usual lethal weather, plane crashes, cancer, Alzheimer's, ... the list goes on. A quick survey of the headlines provides a window on what we fear. And that's part of the problem.