your next decision...

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your decision.
your life.

You're stuck and you want something better. Therapy isn't working, religion goes so far, self-help books aren't cutting it, and your friends aren't helping.

 

You're in the right place.

 

In my early 20s, I was depressed, suicidal, and experiencing symptoms of PTSD. I struggled to stay in school. My social life was a roller coaster.

I reached out to people who cared about me. They couldn't help. 

I went to therapy. That didn't help.

I was prescribed a lot of meds. That definitely didn't help.


And then I discovered the power of making my own choices. The more I studied the science of decision making, the more equipped I became to tackle life's challenges. 

These days, my life is pretty good. I have a rewarding and successful career, a home I love, and friends to die for. I can honestly say I live a life of contentment.

 

Life is not always easy because that's how life is. We can't have it all figured out. But decision science gives us the power to make it so much better. 

There's a better way for you too. Let's find that way together. 

it's your life.

you decide.

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learn it. live it.

advice

Nika answers subscriber's questions and their requests for advice.

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guides

Nika's guides show you how decision science can help you live a better life.

consulting

Facing a big decision? Worried about regret? Talk it out with Nika.

nika's letters

Each week, Nika emails personal letters to her subscribers, each offering thoughts and tips for making better decisions and living a better life. Here are the most recent. Subscribe here to get the next ones sent to your inbox.

Abortion laws, Dave Chappelle, Amber and Johnny, and the Met Gala. Just a few things to which Decision Science nicely applies. 

Opinions are information we use to make future decisions. If our opinions are poorly formed, our decisions won't be great. Are you forming your opinions wisely?

Judging other people on a single attribute is a choice. What attributes matter in the people you know - and how much they matter - are decisions you need to make. Make them wisely.

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ask nika

Ask for advice here!

Need advice? Ask for Nika's help on your next decision - or anything that's bugging you - by filling out this form. She'll use decision science to help you get to a better place. Or, read her advice to other subscribers.

Here are her most recent nuggets of insight.

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