Snow White & The 7 Dwarves of Decision Making
Created on April 19, 2023
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After going through all of the previous steps, have you ever reached a decision but felt hesitant to take the plung?
This is known as Analysis Paralysis! Analysis paralysis is an inability to make a decision due to over-thinking.
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Have you ever over-reacted in the moment?
No Judgement! You are not alone & it is not whole heartedly your fault either. System 1 of our brains is for first reactions. Our initial reaction is automatic and impulsive. Something we have little control over and requires little conscious effort to react to something. System 2 is the more reflective and effortful part of the brain, but it is also the slower part. So next time you think you have 'Over-reacted', ackonowledge, learn and recognise that this is system 1 that is responsible for the impulsive reaction.
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