Biases defined by history explain why we do what we do.
Bad decisions are the choices you don't want to make. In this article, I explain why you make terrible choices and give you 5 rules to avoid them.
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.
Confirmation Bias is a cognitive bias that blights big decisions. Here, I seek to understand if awareness of this bias can help us control our instincts.
A lack of awareness drives the fuel of risk our biases love to exploit. Here, I provide an example of the impact a lack of awareness brings.
The days we have left is a reflection on my stepdads passing and why I've realised we should live every day like it's our last.
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