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Fear is the common culprit in decision making problems. Obstacles like confirmation bias, group think, sunk-cost effect, and others have a common origin — fear. Insights from neuroscience confirm that when we are fearful our brain activity

Just making a list of pros and cons oversimplifies the process of solving important and emotionally charged issues. For example, it’s too easy to think “How can I favor an option with so few pros and so many cons?” Additionally

  You can put “March Madness” about the NCAA basketball championships to work for your team.  Take those hours of viewing and discussions around the water cooler and apply the lessons to your organization. While sports teams and businesses