Episode: 3 Reasons Why We Make Bad Decisions And How To Get In Control Of Our Lives


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3 Reasons Why We Make Bad Decisions And How To Get In Control Of Our Lives

Happy 2020! I’m so excited to share that I'm kicking off my own podcast book club. We will be picking a book every single month & we will dive deep into the core messages of the book. 

Today you’ll learn how comparison, money and having multiple options influence our decision making process. With this awareness you’ll be better equipped at making choices. Much gratitude to Dan Ariely for his book Predictably Irrational. Text Jay Shetty 310-997-4177

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