3 Things I Removed From My Life to Become a Better Decision Maker

“I’d say that leaving my post as North American CEO of J. Walter Thompson.”

1. Stress

“Early research suggests that stress exposure influences basic neural circuits involved in reward processing and learning, while also biasing decisions towards habit and modulating our propensity to engage in risk-taking.”

Ways to distress before you make a decision:

2. An Empty Tank

“An overwhelming amount of evidence exists indicating that people become more impulsive and opt for immediate gratification of their desires when they are emotional and hungry”

Ways to avoid being hungry?

3. The ‘Grass is Greener’ Mentality

To avoid the ‘grass is greener’ mentality

Final Words