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The Art of Strategic Decision-Making: How to Make Tough Decisions Quickly, Intelligently, and Safely (Think Smarter, Not Harder Book 7) Kindle Edition
Overwhelmed and paralyzed by your choices? Learn how to get it right the first time - improve your analysis, judgment, and intuition.
Unfortunately, you can’t just rely on your gut instinct or “hunch” when you make decisions. There’s a science to improving your critical thinking, weighing pros and cons, and avoiding the traps that take you down the wrong path.
Make smart decisions by catching your brain's built-in flaws.
The Art of Strategic Decision-Making will teach you to seize control of your life and make sure your decisions aren’t making you. This book cites years of research and scientific studies about what constitutes a great decision and the factors that will inevitably lead you there. It is an in-depth look at human nature and psychology and why we make decisions in the way we do - for better or for worse.
This book is packed with theory, but it is all practical and actionable. Use these mental models and pieces of analysis on your decisions TODAY.
Think more quickly and more thoroughly – at the same time.
Peter Hollins has studied psychology and the human condition for over a dozen years. This book contains tactics pulled from his personal experience, as well as some of the most famous studies in decision theory and social psychology to help you make snap decisions.
Beat analysis paralysis and eliminate indecision.
•Learn your subconscious motivations, needs, and desires that hijack your brain.
•Discover the surprising causes and cures for decision fatigue.
•Over 10 of the most dangerous cognitive biases and decision traps.
•How to make your pros and cons lists incredibly useful and illuminating.
•The 6 Hats Method of intelligent decisions and how you can inhabit different perspectives.
•The WRAP method of planning for failure in decisions.
•How to think outside the box and creatively solve problems.
Optimize your decisions even under stress, pressure, and uncertainty.
When you master decision making, you can control your happiness and seize the opportunities life gives you. Better decisions more information and understanding and less stress and anxiety.
From the Publisher
The Latest Psychological Tools For Optimal Personal Performance
Whatever your goal, your biggest obstacle will always be you. But how can you navigate yourself?
Peter Hollins gives you the concrete and actionable tools to get from Point A to Point B - he doesn't just tell you to believe in yourself. Whether that's about getting things done, understanding subject matter, or understanding yourself, he breaks down complex topics into bite-sized chunks for your consumption.
Goals without a plan are just dreams. Peter Hollins will arm you with everything you need to engineer the life that you are shooting for.
Half a Million Books Sold and Thousands of Reviews - Trust Him
Peter Hollins is a bestselling author, human psychology researcher, and a dedicated student of the human condition. He possesses a BS in psychology and a graduate degree, and has worked with dozens of people from all walks of life.
He enjoys hiking with his family, drinking craft beers, and attempting to paint. He is based in Seattle, Washington.
- ASIN : B095NBHCDR
- Publisher : PH Learning Co. (May 23, 2021)
- Publication date : May 23, 2021
- Language : English
- File size : 767 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 207 pages
- Lending : Enabled
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Great Points Include:
1) Decision-making affects us all differently because we are different people with different motivations.
2) Your values are the principles, rules, or beliefs that give meaning to your life. Consider what in your past has brought you the most happiness and a sense of meaning.
3) We should consider things from multiple perspectives: analytically, psychologically, worst-case scenario, best-case scenario, artistically & creatively, and ultimately deciding what is really important to us.
Questions To Ask To Improve Your Decision-Making Include:
1) What are the main problems you're trying to solve?
2) Do you have all the information necessary to make the best decision possible?
3) What is the opportunity cost for this decision (what will you miss out on if you made this choice)?
4) Does this get you closer (or further away) from your overall goals?
Ways to Beat "Analysis Paralysis" & Indecision Include:
1) Rank your decisions
2) Automate your habits
3) Set deadlines
4) Begin even when you are not 100% ready
5) Aim for "good enough"
6) Let go of your fear to act
7) Sum up your options
As it promises, The Art of Strategic Decision Making by Peter Hollins encourages those who struggle with making decisions and shares best practices for making decisions quickly, intelligently, and safely. I highly recommend this book.
I enjoyed the parts in the book talking about cognitive biases and also decision fatigue. The WRAP method was so useful as well. Recommended to my friends and family.
That's been the case with this book. Some of the biases in decision making were familiar but most were new to me.
This book exposes the myriad ways that we make decisions harder than they have to be and offers suggestions to counter those.
I discovered a lot of useful advice that I personally will use in making future decisions.
This book is engaging and most importantly, it's helpful. It's one of the better books in a self help category .