Planet desk | 19 January 2019 | 11:48 pm
Sometimes, I think, majority of us suffer to make a better decision on any matter or out of a particular situation. It might be natural. But there are definitely ways or tricks to take better decisions. A new study or research published very recently in Harvard Business Review has put forward a simple trick or technique for anyone to make smarter and wiser decisions. Thinking what the trick is or how? The trick, described as fly-on- the-wall perspective, is just think that u are making a decision for someone else say ur best friend, not for urself. In the findings, researchers said that in that way better decisions will be come. The study is done involving over 1000 people who are asked to choose from among a set of things for someone else. Thereby the result or findings researchers achieved.
The research scientists also suggested yet another tip to make a better decision out of a situation. That is just be your own advisor and refer to yourself in third-person. That means instead of asking yourself, ‘what should I do?’ ask yourself ‘what should you do?.