Reader View · ~14 min read · From 2019 · Tired of making decisions that don't benefit your life or business? Learn about the DECIDE framework and process with this informative blog post! · Shared by 282, including Michael Baisa, rudolph regter, Brooke B. Sellas, Philipp Laurim, Gabriele, Oscar MacDonald, Jacob du Toit, Mark Kaigwa, Tom Connor, Liv 😷, Shawn Venasse, Jonathan Kogan
Reader View · 6 min read · 2021-11-25 · An effective, quick decision-making process is critical to increasing momentum within your team. Learn to be a better, faster decision-maker. · Shared by 365, including Jansnet, Ines Bieler, Víctor González Pacheco, Katja Evertz
Reader View · 6 min read · 2021-12-13 · A decision journal helps you learn from your past decisions, think through current decisions, and avoid problems before they happen. · Shared by 913, including Carly, Arturo Rebolledo, Neil Hart 💙, Kaspar Manz, Gabriele, Mario Clemente, Vincenzo Tremonte, Prithvi Raju M, Thomas Pleil, Teresa Torres
By and large, your success will be the sum of the decisions you make over your career. The problem is it’s not easy to get better at making decisions.
Reader View · ~19 min read · From 2020 · Our lives are full of decisions, and bad ones can lead to regret. New Scientist helps you make up your mind · Shared by 877, including Oscar MacDonald, rudolph regter, niazakhan, Evan (he/him), Phillip Murphy, Gabriele, Andrzej Jóźwik, Mikael Krogerus, Tom Connor
Reader View · 6 min read · Feb 4th · This has been a week of difficult decisions. I walked away, for now, from a long-time business partner and watched another be fired. It’s been draining, and made me think about decision-making.… · Shared by 755, including Lucy Kueng
I’ll be angry that I was so angry so much, and disappointed that I let fear, or my need for people’s approval, get in the way of living out loud.
Reader View · 8 min read · From 2017 · Every one of us make dozens, if not hundreds of small to big decisions on a daily basis. Some don’t impact our lives at all, while some can change the outcome of our entire lives. Ever been to a tech festival? TNW Conference won best European Event 2016 for our festival vibe. See what's in […] · Shared by 537, including Inês Silva, Greg Meyer, Florian Hanke 🍎, Dominik Grolimund, Massimiliano Aroffo, Liv 😷, Merkstatt@troet.cafe, 𝐦𝐫𝐯𝐧 , fernand0, mark brophy, Mark Kaigwa, Aleyda Solis 🇺🇦, Mara Averick, Matthias Lampe, Will Hoag 🏔‼️, Esther Schindler, René Clausen Nielsen, Stephanie A Kowalski, Nando 💪🇦🇺🇦🇷, Howard Getson
Reader View · 2 min read · Aug 9th · Celebrated research psychologist Gary Klein calls on his nearly 50 years of experience studying decision making to discuss the difference between experience and expertise, why some people stagnate at… · Shared by 634, including Ian M Calvert, Andy Sporring 3️⃣2️⃣1️⃣🚢🚢🚢🚢🚢
Experts are highly aware of mistakes, but people who are journeymen, many of them stay as journeymen because they want to move on and forget about their mistakes.
Reader View · 5 min read · 2021-11-17 · Have you noticed that sometimes you can make decisions in an instant, but at other times the choice feels overwhelming? Anxiety can reduce your willingness to take risks, leading to a phenomenon known… · Shared by 588, including Mohamed Azazy, Zvi Talit, Carly, Kevin_Indig, Stephanie A Kowalski
By recognising that a bad outcome could be managed, you reduce the impact of your internalised fears.
Reader View · ~12 min read · Apr 9th · Learn the 4-step process fighter pilots use to make split-second decisions when the stakes are at their highest. · Shared by 579, including Christo Meid, Martin Soorjoo, Massimiliano Aroffo
the main emphasis.” In this context, to orient is to recognize the barriers that might interfere with the other parts of the process.