Today let’s talk about investment decisions. I will use investment decisions to showcase the ability to work with Mindsets to achieve the best possible results. As a playground I am going to focus on investment decisions on the stock market. This blog post is the first part of a trilogy.
In today's post we take a look at a specific example for the ability to adapt mindsets to achieve the best possible results. In the last article I was refering to this skill as the crucial ability in decision-making processes. Let us use the case of a (professional) golf player
Today I write about Mindsets in Decision Making, what I do consider to be the most important competence. Some people may argue it's all about intensive preparation and crunching numbers, data and facts. Others think it's all about listening to your gut feeling. About time to explore this a bit
We make several thousand decisions day by day - that's quite a lot if you think about it. Most of these decisions happen without any significant cognitive effort, simply automatically. But how about those decisions that we can actively shape? Might there be a fast and easy approach how to make
Dear Reader, shortly I will start to release a new article at least twice a month around the topics of Decision Making & personal development. You are very welcome to start a discussion and share your view. Before I release the first pieces of content, I'd like to clarify a
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