How can we make a fair, objective analysis of the quality of a decision? Check out my recommendations.
Use these techniques and you will see the quality of your decision making increase dramatically.
Indecision, due to lack of confidence, can squander our opportunities. However, the opposite, overconfidence, can be equally deadly. Learn how to avoid it.
Doing what is defendable versus what is right. I feel like I see this everywhere these days. Learn why I think it is time to change it.
For the best decision making, don’t let fear or pride get in the way of what is right. Too often, we feel that familiar pang of fear and shrink from the possibilities. Find out how to do better.
“Should we do this or that?” That is often the start of a journey down a dangerous path. Why? Because it ignores the many other possible paths. Find out how to increase your chances of decision making success.
When making important decisions, we always hope to bring our wisest, most objective self to the decision. One particular danger is confirmation bias. Find out how to overcome it.
In most decisions, doing nothing is a valid option. However, that is not to say that doing nothing is the right, or even a good, choice. And, for some problems, doing nothing is a horrible decision. Find out which and my request for the future.
The sunk cost fallacy is when we make decisions about our current & future behavior or endeavor as a result of how much time, effort or money that we have put into an effort up to that point. How could we overcome it? Let’s explore it together.