Reader View · 9 min read · May 28th · The tendency to judge in favor of people and symbols we like is called the bias from liking or loving and it affects how we make decisions. Let's explore... · Shared by 1299, including Mohamed Azazy, Stephanie A Kowalski, Matthew Turland
And what will a man naturally come to like and love, apart from his parent, spouse and child? Well, he will like and love being liked and loved.”
Reader View · 5 min read · Apr 1st · It’s all about balance. To reach your long-term goals, you will have to make tradeoffs. And by using these tips, you’ll be able to strike the right balance between living in the moment and preparing… · Shared by 1013, including Stephanie A Kowalski, irene-rubio, Tamsen Webster, Message Strategist (she/her)
If your brain is seeking instantly-rewarding behavior—by all means, give it that! Just make sure it’s instantly-rewarding behavior that’s also tied to a long-term goal.
Reader View · From 2017 · We are going to be explaining 12 cognitive biases in this video and presenting them in a format that you can easily understand to help you make better decisi... · Shared by 1415, including Steven, Bernard Furiatti, Tamsen Webster, Message Strategist (she/her), Evan (he/him), Anne-Laure Le Cunff, Mario Clemente, Luminous Kaleidoscope, Stefan Diepolder, Phillip Murphy, niazakhan
Reader View · 10 min read · Mar 6th · Understanding the mental model of reciprocation allows you to avoid indebtedness to others and increase your favor with them. Read this to learn more. · Shared by 384
Because the reciprocation tendency is so extreme, we can reverse the course of events by doing good rather than harm to the other party.
Reader View · 5 min read · Jul 23rd · As humans, our ability to make the right decisions is limited by the many constraints of our mind. One such constraint is the availability bias, our tendency to make judgments based on previous… · Shared by 808
When some piece of information is easily brought to mind, we incorrectly assume that it’s an accurate reflection of reality. This cognitive bias often leads to the illusion of rational thinking and, ultimately, to bad decisions.
Reader View · 3 min read · From 2019 · Could your urge to check emails — instead of finishing that major project — be a response to an uncomfortable emotional state? · Shared by 297, including Nir Eyal, Bilal Aslam, Education Architects, fnord, Thomas Power, Faik Ersoy, Tom Connor, Stephanie A Kowalski
Reader View · 9 min read · May 26th · The tendency to judge in favor of people and symbols we like is called the bias from liking or loving and it affects how we make decisions. Let's explore... · Shared by 725
Reader View · 4 min read · Jun 23rd · The present bias is our tendency to seize short-term opportunities, settling for a small present reward rather than waiting for a larger future reward. · Shared by 1191, including Christian Müller, Stephanie A Kowalski, 👨✈️ AA-Admiral ⚓🚀🌌, Ines Bieler, Tarik ESSAADI
staying mindful of your long-term goals so you don’t fall prey to the dangers of instant gratification