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The Maximiser and the Satisficer on ‘Learning’

Tuesday, October 29th, 2013

I was reminded again recently of the maximisers and the satisficers concept, particularly in relation to a theme that’s a hot topic at the moment, including the free webinar I am doing on Wednesday: Overwhelm. If you recall, the maximiser is the guy who goes out to buy a pair of jeans, finds a great […]

Intuition V Reason: the eternal conflict

Thursday, June 27th, 2013

I like the science. I want to know the facts. Give me the statistics and I’m more at ease. As a girl who considers logic and reason essential for decisions, this niggling ‘intuition’ issue has always been a source of conflict for me. The stats, the figures, the science, the logic… they all make sense […]

4 Ways to Make Decisions Easier

Thursday, June 13th, 2013

“I can’t decide” “What to do” “Which way is best” “I don’t know which way to go now” Is this you? I am sure it is, or it has been at one point. All of us, at some stage or other, struggle with decision-making. Some of us are better at it than others. There are […]