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How to Make Hard Decisions | Ruth Chang

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Ruth Chang is a professor of philosophy at Rutgers University. She is known for her research on the incommensurability of values and on practical reason and normativity. She is the author of Making Comparisons Count, and the editor of the first volume on the topic of incommensurability of values in the Anglo-American world, Incommensurability, Incomparability, and Practical Reason, and has authored numerous articles and book chapters.

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How to Make Hard Decisions | Ruth Chang

  1. insights from Ruth Chang HOW TO MAKE HARD DECISIONS Powered by
  2. This presentation consists of highlights from the interview with Moe Abdou, founder & host of 33voices®.
  3. Ruth Chang Ruth Chang is a professor of philosophy at Rutgers University. She is known for her research on the incommensurability of values and on practical reason and normativity. She is the author of Making Comparisons Count, and the editor of the first volume on the topic of incom-mensurability of values in the Anglo- American world, Incommensurability, Incomparability, and Practical Reason, and has authored numerous articles and book chapters.
  4. 1 The best decision makers are unequivocally wholehearted; They never look back.
  5. 2 Contrary to popular belief, human beings hardly devote enough time to thinking, whereas, Warren Buffett estimates that he spends 80% of his daily time reading and thinking.
  6. 3 Next time you’re faced with a hard choice, commit to these five steps:
  7. 3 Next time you’re faced with a hard choice, commit to these five steps: Be honest about figuring out what truly matters in the choice
  8. 3 Next time you’re faced with a hard choice, commit to these five steps: Be thorough in gathering all the relevant pros & cons of each alternative
  9. 3 Next time you’re faced with a hard choice, commit to these five steps: Be cognizant if you’re not receiving a gut feeling & acknowledge that neither option is better, but they are also not equally good.
  10. 3 Next time you’re faced with a hard choice, commit to these five steps: Be confident that you won’t make a mistake of reason.
  11. 3 Next time you’re faced with a hard choice, commit to these five steps: Be decisive about standing behind one option, wholeheartedly.
  12. 4 When faced with an important decision, it’s wise to analyze the pros & cons and deliberately step away to reflect. You’ll likely find a solution in the silence.
  13. 5 Admired leaders rise to the top because they willingly accept the responsibility of making hard choices; and they rally their organizations to follow their vision.
  14. 6 If you obsess over whether you are making the right decision, you are basically assuming that the universe will reward you for one thing and punish you for another. The universe has no fixed agenda. - Deepak Chopra
  15. 7 If you find the money conversation difficult, just think of it as a transparent good, nothing more.
  16. 8 Be cautious when thinking that your hard choices reflect your core values; it may have just triggered a shallow calling.
  17. 8 Be cautious when thinking that your hard choices reflect your core values; it may have just triggered a shallow calling.
  18. 9 “I always tell the truth so I’m good in every hood spot.” - Drake
  19. 10 You build the courage never to run away from hard choices by liberating yourself from the notion that hard choices run you, and not the other way around.
  20. REALLY REFLECT... What do you consider a hard choice anyway?
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