Exploring the Decision Making Process

Interestingly, the human mind has certain predictable tendencies when involved in a decision making process. So of course – somewhere, in some big college dealing with some “science” like sociology or psychology, some professor has put together a curriculum teaching the “sciences” behind decision making. Apparently – the whole process of making a decision, whether … Read more

Being Comfortable with Random Decision Making

Thousands of years ago, our early human ancestors lived side by side with carnivorous beasts. That latter would attack our Paleolithic fathers at any given time, which necessitated a stress response, what we now call fight-or-flight. If you didn’t make a move, you died. Thankfully, we don’t live under the same conditions anymore (unless of … Read more