- Why we accept the default choice
- Why we make worse decisions over time
- Why we make better decisions in the morning
- Why we make better decisions in a foreign language
- Why being hungry is bad for decision-making
- Why a full bladder helps us make better choices
- Why ventilation is important for good decision-making
- Why leaning to the left affects your choices
- she displayed the highest form of loyalty by helping you avoid missing the “do the right thing” forest for the “do it right now” trees.
- they ask the questions or raise the important issues when others won’t.
- Employees that praise and recognize others, especially when it’s not their job to do so, don’t just display great interpersonal skills.
- Weighing the positives and negatives of a decision, sharing conflicting opinions, playing devil’s advocate… disagreement is healthy. It’s stimulating. It leads to better decisions.
- when you’re loyal, every decision is, ultimately, your own.
- truly loyal employees realize that while you may not like what you hear, ultimately you want to hear it because what matters most is doing what is best
- Well-intended silence can be a good sign of loyalty; speaking up, especially when it’s awkward or even painful to do so, can be the best sign.
- they help you prepare to fill the hole they create.
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