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Decision-making traps seem to be all around us

Over the last couple of posts, I’ve been writing about making difficult decisions and some of the reasons they can be difficult: the traps along our way. None of us is immune to these traps: our brains are busy and … Continue reading

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Is it time to quit?

‘Well, that’s a bit strong!’ you may be thinking. Perhaps it is but I’ve been thinking a lot about why people quit – and whether they should do so – after the UK General Elections last week saw three political … Continue reading

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