Before you make an emotional decision, ask yourself these four questions

3/6/2019 |  39385

• Human behavior expert & executive coach, Melody Wilding, offers a simple system to counteract decision fatigue - HALT.
• It means taking time during the day to ask ourselves: “Am I Hungry, Angry, Lonely or Tired?”, then taking active steps to counteract the negative feelings.
• The approach is based on research suggesting that we make poor decisions when we’re feeling low.
• Decision making is mentally and physically draining, and people make 35,000 decisions per day on average, so it might be a good idea to HALT every now and then.

View Source
view data