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The Resolve Blog is here to help you make better decisions.
You make thousands of decisions every day, most of which you are unaware of. But throughout your life, you will face decisions that need deeper consideration than your intuition.
And that’s the purpose of The Resolve Blog — to help you think beyond your intuition.
In an uncertain world, big decisions need more than your past experiences to help you decide. The Resolve Blog will bring you concepts to help you make better decisions.
In a new — and growing website, I will help you learn the critical skills I didn’t.
· The power of critical thinking.
· The good and the bad of cognitive biases.
· Foundational mental models that make thinking more efficient.
· Books reviews with vital lessons on thinking and decision-making.
· Decision-making concepts and skills to help you get better outcomes.
Visit the topics below to help you make better decisions.
Welcome to The Weekly Resolve Email 46. In this issue, I give you my take on what Steve Jobs meant when he said, stay hungry, stay foolish.
Curiosity is a passion in some, but not others. And yet, it gives us the means to understand. Find out how to feed your curiosity here.
Welcome to The Weekly Resolve Email 45. In this issue, I explain why you need to write your decisions down as a way to avoid your biases.
Taking the time to write your decisions down can help you improve the way you make decisions. Find out why and how this matters here.
Welcome to The Weekly Resolve Email 44. In this issue, I describe why you need to take notice of your responsibilities to play the long game.
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