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Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos champions the "disagree and commit" strategy to make sure everyone's ideas are heard but a decision is still reached.
A professor recommends that you make a decision either by having someone choose for you or by pretending you're choosing for someone else.
A Nobel Prize-winning psychologist says the most successful decision-makers know how to use their gut feelings in a way the rest of us don’t
To make a good decision, delay your intuition until you've gathered all the necessary information, says psychologist Daniel Kahneman.
Before joining the accelerator that launched AirBnb, Dropbox, and Instacart, Harj Taggar was in law school — and he used a simple strategy to de...
Former Y Combinator partner Harj Taggar says he made the decision to leave law school and start a business by getting very specific about the risks. In his case, the worst-case scenario was that his business would fail and he'd re-enroll in law school the following year.
A Wall Streeter turned venture capitalist uses a strategy from his investing career to make the personal decisions that stress him out most
In an interview with The New York Times' Tim Herrera, the entrepreneur and investor Patrick McGinnis discussed how the so-called fear of better options could lead to being overly hesitant in taking decisions.
‘Jugs of coffee, lots of Advil, and we didn’t sleep for 4 days’: A startup founder reveals what it was like to sell his company for ...
Jyoti Bansal's company, AppDynamics, received an offer to sell five days before it was slated to IPO. Here's how Bansal made his decision.
You make choices with your email, social media, online dating, and more every day without thinking about it. Here are some of the ones to watch out for.
Elon Musk uses a six-question scientific method anytime he needs to come up with an idea, solve a problem, or decide whether to start a business.
Neuroscientist Moran Cerf has been studying decision-making for over a decade, and he's developed a way to determine how lucky people really are.
A CEO says she learned one of her most important career lessons during a ‘tough love’ phone call from her boss
Venture capitalist Susan Lyne has been an executive at many companies, and she learned the best way to make decisions when you're the one at the top.