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Dr. Art Markman joins Sanger and Shawn to talk about why seeking advice, leaning into your “gut,” and finding purpose in tough times can lead to smarter decisions.

KEY TOPICS
The benefits of constructive conflict in business.
Reframing dissatisfaction and finding meaning in your current situation.
Regularly evaluating your stated goals and motivations.
The power of gut feelings and intuition.

DON'T HAVE TIME FOR THE FULL EPISODE? Check out the 7-minute highlight episode, Ep.128 HIGHLIGHT I "Trying on" decisions before you make them. Download it here.

MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE
Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman

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At Decidedly Wealth Management, we focus on decision-making as the foundational element of success, in our effort to empower families to purposefully apply their wealth to fulfill their values and build a thriving legacy. LEARN MORE: www.decidedlywealth.com

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Dr. Art Markman is a Professor of Psychology and Marketing at the University of Texas at Austin. He has published over 150 scholarly works on topics such as the effects of motivation on learning and performance, analogical reasoning, categorization, decision-making, and creativity. Art is the director of the Human Dimensions of Organizations program at the University of Texas. He’s also a frequent contributor to Psychology Today, Fast Company, and the Harvard Business Review, and serves as a member of the editorial board of Cognitive Psychology. Art also co-hosts the Two Guys on Your Head podcast.
Dr. Art Markman joins Sanger and Shawn to talk about why seeking advice, leaning into your “gut,” and finding purpose in tough times can lead to smarter decisions. KEY TOPICS The benefits of constructive conflict in business. Reframing dissatisfaction and finding meaning in your current situation. Regularly evaluating your stated goals and motivations. The power of gut feelings and intuition. DON'T HAVE TIME FOR THE FULL EPISODE? Check out the 7-minute highlight episode, Ep.128 HIGHLIGHT I "Trying on" decisions before you make them . Download it here . MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman CONNECT WITH US www.decidedlypodcast.com Join us on Instagram : @decidedlypodcast Join us on Facebook Shawn’s Instagram : @shawn_d_smith Sanger’s Instagram : @sangersmith GRAB YOUR COPY OF SANGER’S BOOK A Life Rich with Significance: Transforming Your Wealth to Meaningful Impact MAKING A FINANCIAL DECISION? At Decidedly Wealth Management , we focus on decision-making as the foundational element of success, in our effort to empower families to purposefully apply their wealth to fulfill their values and build a thriving legacy. LEARN MORE: www.decidedlywealth.com SUBSCRIBE TO THE DECIDEDLY NEWSLETTER CONNECT WITH DR. ART MARKMAN Two Guys on Your Head Podcast Books Blog LinkedIn Facebook Twitter Dr. Art Markman is a Professor of Psychology and Marketing at the University of Texas at Austin. He has published over 150 scholarly works on topics such as the effects of motivation on learning and performance, analogical reasoning, categorization, decision-making, and creativity. Art is the director of the Human Dimensions of Organizations program at the University of Texas. He’s also a frequent contributor to Psychology Today, Fast Company, and the Harvard Business Review, and serves as a member of the editorial board of Cognitive Psychology. Art also co-hosts the Two Guys on Your Head podcast. leer más leer menos

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