In this talk, Christopher will be revealing some of the least-talked about but most-important mechanics of decision making across all aspects of life. By the end of this talk, you'll know why buyers remorse happens, how to handle changing preferences, and even how to prepare for those moments when confidence may be waning but you need to make the best decisions possible.
The nature of people & drunkenness
the "ability to see the board"
"comfort limit" - how far you move without fear
what chaos could look like vs what it is (hint: when it's limited, it's chaos)
bias as confirmation
what controls the perception : b/w tax
the % metric vs the $
Expectations of the drunken
negative reinforcement is the answer?
the purpose of interest
how to handle not having enough? (same as overwhelm)
scale none, pay 1
weighted scale (NEW)
the goal: reduce overwhelm
stability is a function of trust
trust is a function of repeat success / hope
Hacking Your Way to Relentless Sobriety
use bias to your advantage - the jam experiment in reverse
staying above the law of averages (mean performance over time)
Tony Robbins 10-20% interest