Decision making in times of uncertainty (Stanford)

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A new Insight from Stanford Business School tells us something we probably already know: that when it’s difficult to predict the outcome, people become less likely to take risks. Researchers found Continue Reading →

Five opportunities that exist in any situation

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We know that problems contain opportunities and that finding those opportunities will bring us the inspiration that is so important in a time of change. We also know that simply looking for these opportunities will bring us benefits. Continue Reading →

Five benefits just from looking for the opportunities in a crisis

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Not every tricky situation we face is going to lead us to discover penicillin or set up Uber. But simply having the attitude that approaches problems as if they contain opportunities will immediately bring us Continue Reading →