Unclear future planning affect decision-making

This week, during our “Eating Frogs” challenge, we’ve uncovered two common hurdles that affect decision-making: cognitive biases and unclear future planning. Let’s explore how to address these effectively:

  1. Are You Deciding Under the Influence of Cognitive Biases? It’s easy to overlook the invisible narratives and cognitive biases that shape our decisions. Here’s how you can combat this:
  • Recognize: Acknowledge that cognitive biases exist.
  • Notice: Identify when and where these biases appear in your decision-making.

Respond: Develop strategies to counteract these biases effectively.

Join the “What’s the Bias” Game:

Discover and tackle your invisible biases in a fun, collaborative 90-minute session. Past participants have experienced eye-opening revelations that transformed their decision-making. Interested? Click the button below to join the next session and see your decision-making in a new light!

2. Feeling Uncertain About Your Future Path? If you’re struggling with envisioning your future and mapping out the steps to get there, our “Backcasting: Creating Trails from Your Future” masterclass is perfect for you.

Backcasting Masterclass: This 90-minute class uses a unique approach:

  • Imagine: Use your imagination to define what you want in the future.
  • Solve: Approach today’s problems with solutions inspired by your future success.
  • Plan: Develop a clear, step-by-step path to achieve your goals, avoiding common pitfalls of fear and confusion.

Experience the magic of backcasting and shift from feeling overwhelmed to empowered!

    Our classes are designed to be accessible and impactful, helping you clear the fog around your decisions and move forward with confidence. 

    Both classes are pay-what-you can with suggested prices – 

    • Market price – $19
    • Multiplying price to pay the training forward – $29
    • Supported price to ensure accessibility – $9

    Don’t miss out—click the links to sign up and start transforming your decision-making process today.

    Warm regards,

    Amy Day

      Decision Coach