I’m joined by decision-making expert Annie Duke to unpack what you can do to achieve your long-term goals.
Annie Duke is an American former professional poker player and author in behavioral decision science and decision education. She holds a World Series of Poker gold bracelet from 2004 and used to be the leading money winner among women in WSOP history. Annie is also the co-founder of The Alliance for Decision Education, a non-profit whose mission is to improve lives by empowering students through decision skills education.
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Her experience of writing a How-To book (4:39)
The fundamentals of ‘resulting’ (11:31)
Learning from real-life examples, chunking and mental models (33:50)
Availability bias and process influencing (35:29)
What happens when you hear things for third time (39:27)
"Get on the right time horizon." - Annie Duke
https://www.amazon.com/How-Decide-Simple-Making-Choices-ebook/dp/B07TRJB3S3 (How to Decide: Simple Tools for Making Better Choices | Amazon)
https://www.amazon.com/Being-Tony-Robbins/dp/B07976RGKD (Being Tony Robbins)
http://www2.psych.utoronto.ca/users/hasherlab/people_hasher.htm (Lynn Hasher)
https://twitter.com/ddale8 (Daniel Dale)
https://twitter.com/annieduke (Annie’s Twitter)
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