Knowing your decision-making style can help you reduce the stress of making the right choice, according to a behavioral scientist
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Nick Hobson holds a PhD in psychology and neuroscience and is a leading research expert in behavioral change. He specializes in organizational culture, performance coaching, and leadership.

In this article, he says that there are two types of decision-making: assessment-oriented decision-making and locomotion-oriented decision-making.

Assessment-oriented decision-making should be reserved for high-stakes decisions because it tends to cause more stress, while locomotion-oriented decision-making...

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