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Making decisions can be one of the most difficult things you do every day. You know that already but what about the decisions that you don’t make? What about the times when you stick to the status quo? Whether or not you’re aware of it, you’re still making a decision. Here’s the science and the real cost of that.

How You Passively Sabotage Your Goals – 4:52

When you set a goal for yourself, you have the intent and desire to achieve it. Yet there are times when you don’t end up doing that. Why is that? Most goals usually require some type of change and that means getting out of the status quo. Humans are great at justifying the status quo; take a look and see how applicable they are to you.

Overcoming Your Biases – 10:00

I tackle several ways you can make sure you’re being as objective as you can about your decisions when it comes to maintaining the status quo or breaking it. From simple tips like sleeping on it to tackling common counterarguments like defensive avoidance, we cover it all.



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