We like to think of ourselves as rational beings, and yet we act irrationally in all sorts of ways. One way we act irrationally is with a type of faulty reasoning we use for decisions both large and small, influencing not just the agreements we reach, but also the process we use to reach those agreements.
- My agility dog, Chica
- One circumstance in which sunk cost thinking may have some use
- Source of Danial Kahneman quote
- Why it’s difficult for someone to quickly regain their composure during a difficult conversation
- How to ask for a break
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