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How to Avoid Decision Traps

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Every day we make 20,000 decisions, most of them with lightning speed; brain research proves that. Too few are rational and well thought through; the behavioral economy shows that. Benedikt Ahlfeld reveals three decision traps you should certainly avoid. Learn how you can utilize the findings of brain research.

Decision-making runs like a golden thread through Benedikt Ahlfeld’s life. He has built a career learning and teaching about decisions that meet his standards. At the age of 13 you would have found him sitting on the rooftops meditating. Aged 16, with little more than 2 months work experience, he decided for himself to become an entrepreneur. Today, Benedikt enables people and companies to live and work smart by sharing his expertise on the psychology of decision-making.

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