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3 Ways to Trust Yourself

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Nobel Prize winner Daniel Kahneman teaches you can’t trust yourself. “… we can be blind to the obvious, and we are also blind to our blindness.” Learn to not trust yourself. Trusting yourself… Continue reading →

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4 Reasons We Make Dumb Decisions and 7 Ways to Make Smart Decisions

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Daniel Kahneman identified nearly 40 cognitive biases in Thinking, Fast and Slow. Our ability to develop solutions that don’t work is only exceeded by our capacity to misjudge. All lead to bad decisions.… … Continue reading →

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Daniel Kahneman on Expert Intuition

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The challenge of intuition is you think it’s right before it’s examined. When you have an intuition, you don’t have other intuitions. You have confidence. The danger of going with your gut is… Continue reading →

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Decision-Making for Leaders: Beyond Pros and Cons

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Daniel Kahneman You weigh options based on the decision you’ve already made, while pretending to be open minded. “You believe in the conclusion, and then you create supporting arguments.” The pros and cons… Continue reading →

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4 Steps to Make Decisions on the Fly

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Daniel Kahneman defined these two ways of thinking in his 2011 book Thinking Fast and Slow. Kahneman describes the fast-thinking experiencing self and a slow-thinking remembered-thinking self, combined in the four-step process below.

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Weekly Round-Up: 3 Ways to Enhance Decision-Making, Empowering Female Leaders, Resolving Disagreements, Required Reading for Leaders, 3 CEOs Discuss the Future of Work

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Crowley, breaks down how to enhance the success of all your future decision-making, along with how to prevent you from making choices you end up regretting, “ Thanks to Malcolm Gladwell and Nobel Prize-winning economist Daniel Kahneman, we’ve all been sternly warned about the risks of employing intuition when making important decisions.

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Why Leaders Don’t Think Straight

Leadership Freak

Daniel Kahneman Unmanaged thinking distorts reality. Ruminating on what’s wrong exaggerates the importance of wrong. Nothing is as important as you think it is, while you’re thinking about it.” In a world filled… Continue reading →

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