I really do encourage all of us to be more, to own our decisions more as we're making them. But to also recognize that we have limited control over the outcome and we can't judge the outcome or we can't judge our decisions by our outcomes. ~ Nika Kabiri
Nika Kabiri (@nikakabiri) helps businesses and individuals make better decisions. She has spent more than twenty years studying how people make decisions, and teaches graduate and undergraduate courses at the University of Washington. In this conversation we unpack Nika’s advice for how you can take better decisions, and some of the ways in which we can get derailed. We talk about bias, decision fatigue, the paradox of choice, and many other influences on our decision making.