“The first step to making better decisions is to . . . honestly assess our flaws and talents, our strengths and shortcomings.”
How We Decide, page 259
We’d all love to think that logic and reason are the foundation of our choices. Gotta keep those emotions in check when we’re making life’s big choices. After all, when we’re buying a house or car, choosing a life partner, deciding what to eat or whether or not to have children, we want to make the best choice possible. Pure logic, we assume, leads to the best choices.
How We Decide uses the latest scientific research to explain brand new understanding about how our brain works. This information is vital to better decision making.
Here’s what you’ll learn:
- The Brain Is An Argument
- You Know More Than You Know
- Think LESS About Those Items You Care A Lot About