Decisions shape important outcomes, for better or worse. They are the most basic building blocks of life. Daniel Kahneman, Amos Tversky, and other experts have clarified the specific ways in which decision makers are likely to be biased. No amount of deliberation can ever guarantee that you have identified the “right” option.
Making big changes in your life isn’t about moving across the country, or storming into your office and quitting your job. Big changes are the result of small tweaks. Whether your goal is to finish a project, change your friend group, make more time for passion projects, or improve upon a bad habit, here are 7 easy things you can do to change your life in the next 2 months:
A surprising number of people do not enjoy their present life. Whether they are trying to maintain a healthy life, land a good job, get some nice sleep or even bring up a loving family. What they don’t understand is that there are ways they can use to boost their happiness without costing them money. The following are tips to boost your happiness level any day:
There’s no shortage of science suggesting that exercise is good for your mental as well as your physical health — and yet for many of us, incorporating exercise into our daily routines remains a struggle. A new study, published in the journal Neuropsychologia, asks why. Shouldn’t it be easier to take on a habit that is so good for us?
In my lifetime, I’ve been a part of some incredible teams. Playing sports at a high level, throughout my child to adulthood meant I was always surrounded by competitive, hungry, go-getters. There’s something about being part of a team that gives you the courage to shout at someone, scream at them, but then go get a beer after the game. It’s companionship. It’s ‘inclusionism.’ You go into a game knowing you are going to battle together, and nothing quite tops that. Having someone’s back and knowing they have your back is a thing of beauty.