Category: Decision Making

There Is Always Another Explanation


Cpmplicated problems are composed of many factors. One factor is never good enough to solve it.

Planning From 30,000 feet.


Planning is hard if you start in the wrong place.

Extracting Meaning From Experience


Paying the price for nothing is always a weak move.

What’s The Halo Effect?


Reasoned decisions usually turn out better.

Reminiscing


It pays to know if your memories and experiences are likely to be reliable today.

Thinking About Thinking


We are not proficient thinkers and can be better once we know that.

Never Ask A Barber If You Need A Haircut


Never believe someone who has a reason to deceive you. #ShowYourWork

Study Numbers Before You Rely on Them


Numbers look honest and true, but theya re only if you see them in context

The Dog That Didn’t Bark


There is risk in assuming that what did happen should have happened.

How Does Theft Work?


In the long-run, theft doesn’t work, but it might for a while.

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