5 More Heuristics for Making Quick Decisions on a Daily Basis
Bonus content complementing my post about five useful mental shortcuts
Given the thousands of decisions we make every day, taking mental shortcuts is not only useful. It’s a necessity. Heuristics may be imperfect, intuitive ways to solve problems fast while disregarding potentially vital information. But they can also lead to better results compared to a lengthy process of logical reasoning.
In my latest post about heuristic decision-making, I’ve explored this phenomenon alongside five mental shortcuts for quicker decision-making. Here are five additional heuristics that struck me as particularly noteworthy and practical.
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