24 de mar. de 2024 · 1h 1m 2s

How can we make better decisions?  By paying attention to good advice or information and ignoring the opposite.  In a world where we're overloaded with data and opinions, it can...

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How can we make better decisions?  By paying attention to good advice or information and ignoring the opposite.  In a world where we're overloaded with data and opinions, it can be hard to determine what is good and what is bad advice.

My guest Nuala Walsh, is the author of a new book called 'Tune In! How to make smarter decisions in a noisy world'.  In it, she highlights how we make decisions and the risks of using the wrong information to make them. What are the risks of mishearing, misinformation and misjudgement, and what can we do to pay attention to helpful inputs and ignore unhelpful ones?

In our discussion, we explore:
  • Nuala's unique expertise in behavioural science, investment, and consulting
  • How her book "Tune In" focuses on making smart decisions amid information overload
  • The significance of personal and professional stories in shaping decision-making
  • How Cognitive biases and 'decision friction' affect our judgment
  • The balance between intuition and deliberate thought in ethical decisions
  • Corporate speed in decision-making vs. the importance of careful deliberation
  • The 'trilogy of error'—blind spots, deaf spots, and dumb spots—in perception. 
  • 'Perimeter traps' that represent pitfalls in judgment and decision-making
  • Nuala's personal transformation through writing and its impact on legacy; 
  • Practical advice on applying smarter decision-making in everyday life.

and much, much more.

To learn more about Nuala, her work and 'Tune In': https://www.nualagwalsh.com/
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