A Scientific Approach to Making Better Decisions

How We Can Get Better at Making Decisions

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We make 35,000 decisions a day so some sources suggest. Yep, you heard it right, 35,000. That’s 2,000 decisions every waking hour. Quite frankly it seems silly that could be the case, however…

You did decide to read this article, sip your coffee, scratch your arm, think about something…

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Service Designer. Writer. Author of ‘Occupation Happy’ and ‘100,000 Words’.

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