Tag Archives: Decision making

Little Things Lead to Sucess At Work

We tend to remember the big choices we make and think they determine the course of our life. Whilst it is true that these larger choices are important. It is actually our micro-behaviours that ultimately determine our success. Continue reading

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(How to) Stay on The F*****G Bus

I recently came across Helsinki bus theory, an interesting metaphor by the photographer Arno Minkinnen which is usually applied to creativity.  Being a big fan of bus metaphors, I started using it with my coaching clients and it resonates, so … Continue reading

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Effective Decision Making

Sometimes we have to make important decisions where the ‘right’ answer is unclear. I would like to suggest this process for making for those tricker decisions: 1. Which of your values are relevant in this situation? 2. What are the … Continue reading

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Who runs your life?

In this brilliant TED talk, Daniel Kahneman talks about the tensions between our experiencing self and our remembering self. Daniel Kahneman – The Riddle of Experience v Memory He says that our memories of the past inform our expectations of … Continue reading

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Listening to The Future You

When you have to make a difficult decision (Shall I eat another chocolate almond? Shall I buy the $15 wine or the $50? Should I apply for that job?) considering how you would view that decision in 10 years time … Continue reading

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