We make decisions every moment in our lives. Some may be good others may be bad. But it becomes very hard to choose when there are lot of things of the same category to choose from. The internet is such a place where you find thousands of choices and still make very bad decisions. Sheena Iyengar goes deep into decision making process to find out the main reasons why we are puzzled in face of a lot of choices. She explains how can we make good decisions easily.
She has been helping the business since 1990s regarding choice making. She has explored consumer market, medical decisions, social welfare programs etc.
Very interesting talk to be watched on decision making processes.
It has never been easy to come out of our comforts zones. At times we avoid to make hard choices for one reason or the other. But there are times when we have to make hard choices.
Which career you should pick? Who should be selected as a life partner? Where to live? There are a lot of other areas too where choosing a right way becomes extremely important but hard often. Philosopher Ruth Chang offers a new framework to help us to understand what we are. This talk has potential to change your life.
Ted reports, "When Ruth Chang graduated from college, she was presented with a choice: Should she pursue a career in philosophy, or a career in law? Soon after finishing Harvard Law School and dipping her toe in the legal world, she regretted her decision and switched paths. She went off to Oxford University to study philosophy and has been a philosopher studying choice, freedom, value and action ever since."
Who are you?
Your answers would be different in professional and personal spheres. When Ash Beckham found herself in such a such a situation, she pulled between two roles; an advocate or an aunt. She explains that all of us face such situations in real life. She offers a bold suggestion to stand up for your moral integrity when it is inconvenient to do so.
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