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“Use regret minimization as a rule of thumb for making decisions” - Tai Lopez (click to tweet) If you want to be intelligent in your decision making, and in your everyday life, you need to learn how to take emotion out of the decisions that you make. When it comes to analyzing, a cold and calculated approach, in the middle of a lot emotions and opinions flying around, is what is needed. Today’s episode is about how to make the right decision in difficult circumstances, how to use regret minimization, and why positive incentives are more powerful than negative incentives. “To be super intelligent, you have to reduce emotion in controversial conversations” - Tai Lopez (click to tweet) Points to Keep In Mind Use regret minimization as a rule of thumb for making decisions To be super intelligent, you have to reduce emotion in controversial conversations Positive incentive is an incredibly powerful tool Positive incentives usually work better than negative incentives

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