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The core problem

Underlying these myths are three common and popular ideas that don’t serve us well: 

First, as busy people, we don’t need to invest time to make good decisions. 

Second, we are rational human beings, able to thoughtfully solve thorny and high-stakes problems in our heads. 

Third, decision-making is personal and doesn’t need to involve anyone else.

All three of these assumptions are false and problematic for clear thinking and analysis.

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radu_atanasiu

I teach Thinking and Deciding in Business for multiple schools in Romania and abroad. On top of that, I am an angel investor, a trainer and I run marathons, often dressed as Mickey Mouse.

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