“Someday” and “never” have the same numerical value in that they both equal zero … and other highlights from “Decide.”
- What am I not stepping into and why?
- “Someday” and “never” have the same numerical value in that they both equal zero … and other highlights from “Decide.”
- Decisions: The School Uniform and Releasing Trapped Energy
- The big decisions will help guide the smaller decisions
- That thing you think is going to happen might not happen.
- When you change your mind, you change your mind
- The tiny little secret of the tipping point
- When are decisions triggered in the subconscious minds of children?
- Give a Voice to Your Truth and a Truth to Your Voice
- What if you just don’t have the capacity to decide? What if you don’t have a prefrontal cortex? What if you’re, like, a teenager.
- “Wait, I take that back.” Are our decisions reversible?
- Dictatorship or democracy? Which is better for decision-making?
- In a back alley brawl, “Decide” is going to win out over “Hope.”
- Decisions Beget Decisions
- What if the “primary” decisions became the “secondary” decisions?
- Simple but not easy
- Not Simple and Not Easy
- I can’t, uh, decide! Which cover for the “Decide” book!?
- If you build it, they will come. What if you decide? Will they come, too?
- My idea of a good time
- Decision-making, belief, and behavioral biases
And other juicy tidbits from the book “Decide.”
New book out yesterday. Time for the next one. Step up to the plate!
I decided to write a book called “Decide” because had I never made the decision on Nov. 1, 2012 to start writing, Every Single Day would have been called “Maybe That One Day” with the bold emphasis on the cover on Maybe.
I’m a big fan of working on the “sales” side of a product before you build it. Although I’ve written most of Decide already, with just now a month left to go, I decided to dig in and pull out tidbits of goodness from within the pages.
Below are five I found that I liked.