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In general, it’s easier to choose between two similar choices than two different choices, but new research from Professor Uzma Khan reveals a simple way to make a decision for both scenarios (http://stnfd.biz/o22pF). It’s easier to decide between two different choices when you’re choosing on behalf of another person; for apples-to-apples decisions, it’s easier to choose it for yourself.
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When you need to make a decision, widen your array of choices. Additional choices will help you zero in on the best option. Read more from Professor Chip Health on decision-making: http://stnfd.biz/kfZqO
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In this month’s must-watch video via our Stanford GSB Re:Think email newsletter, Professor Baba Shiv offers advice on how to make better decisions: http://stnfd.biz/i0cPM
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