“Good Decisions are made by taking the time to know the right information available at the time of the decision. And if the consequences of being wrong demand making that extra effort.”

We make decisions every day. Sometimes they are easy, other times we’re paralyzed about making the wrong choice. Leaders are most prone to making biased decisions which can lead to terrible results. Join Annie Duke as she shares with Jason Marc Campbell how you can make better decisions every day, with more success on average and learn how to never make a “bad” decision again.

Listen out for:

  • How “good decisions” are often terrible
  • A new lens to understand how to make choices
  • Using consequences to decide faster
  • A full-proof guide to making tough decisions
  • Learn about our ego’s ability to mess with our rational thinking


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About Annie Duke

Annie Duke leverages her expertise in the science of smart decision-making to excel at pursuits like championship poker and public speaking. Annie’s latest book, How to Decide: Simple Tools for Making Better Choices, was released in the fall of 2020. Her previous book, Thinking in Bets, is a national bestseller. And in the book, Annie reveals the profound lessons which she has cultivated by combining her academic studies in cognitive psychology and real-life decision-making experiences at the poker table. 



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