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Mind The Limitations Of Your Brain

Mind The Limitations Of Your Brain

  1. Decide important things early in the day, else decision fatigue sets in.
  2. Have snacks to keep your glucose high, else your brain will respond more strongly to immediate rewards.
  3. Sleeping or working on something else let’s you unconsciously work on complex problems.
  4. Consider options in a foreign language and look at them as if you were somebody else.
  5. Treat yourself for making a choice that benefits you more long-term instead.
  6. When making choices about the future, we tend to assume that how we feel now is how we’ll feel forever. 

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