The one thing a friendship requires, always and only, is that the friends wish each other well. How that’s demonstrated matters less than that each friend knows they can rely on the good will and ear and heart of the other.
Psychologist and Nobel laureate Daniel Kahneman reveals the actions we can take to overcome the biases that cripple our decision-making, damper our thinking, and limit our effectiveness. Listen and Learn from the master. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts…
Terry ElliottDunno how I feel about behavioral economists. They did debunk much of modern economics, but what about their biases? I am listening. It's worth a listen or at least a 'scrub-through'.