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We’ve all had rough days. We've been stressed and anxious. We've felt depressed and lost. Maybe we've even found ourselves in dark places, without much hope.
But there is hope. If you haven't found it in therapy or self-help books, you might find that hope in Decision Science.
When things feel hard, it's easy to believe they won't get better. But with a few good decisions, you could find yourself on a path toward better options, and a better life. Where you end up depends on how well you make choices given the options you've got.
This is where you learn how to make it happen.
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The self-improvement and therapy industries might be letting us down.
The number of mental health experts has risen dramatically over the past few decades, as have the number of motivational speakers and self-help books. Yet more people are stressed now than before. More are also anxious and depressed – even before COVID.
Many people seeking therapy would say they’re being helped. Many love their therapists and feel empowered by their therapy sessions. And a lot of people ravenously consume self-help materials and swear their lives are better for it.
I’m not one of those people. I’ve had my share of struggles: to put it one way, it’s a miracle I’m alive. But therapy didn’t help me. Medications didn’t help me. Self-improvement resources didn’t help me. Decision Science did.
In this article, you’ll learn about why Decision Science matters and how it can help you live a better life. Learn how to make better decisions and you’ll have a better chance at contentment. Start with your first great decision: the decision to read on.
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