Decision-making advice from a poker player

Annie Duke is a former professional poker player who writes books about making good decisions in the face of incomplete data – lessons she learned in poker. My favorite is her advice to reduce political bias: Think in terms of bets. Rather than saying, “This decision is awful,” say “I’m 99% convinced this decision isContinue reading “Decision-making advice from a poker player”

Finding your tribe is a survival skill

I wrote recently that foraging in our modern food system is a modern take on an old skill. Increasingly, I’m thinking that the ability to find your tribe is just as important. What do I mean “finding your tribe?” I mean, finding the people that are into what you are into, will push you, andContinue reading “Finding your tribe is a survival skill”