Making proactive decisions about how you make decisions is immensely valuable. Preserving the finite and precious store of energy that you have and doing your best to make the most progress you can with the least amount of effort will help you long-term. So, in this episode, I will be talking about turbocharging your financial progress by looking at your neurological reality around decision-making.
If there is a decision that doesn’t need to be made, don’t make it. We already make around 226 decisions a day strictly on food, so we do not need to add to that with unimportant decisions. Listen in as I share how to use this way of thinking in your budgeting, how to ensure you’re making the right decisions around finances, and why you should focus on macro budgeting.
What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:
- What decision fatigue is.
- The importance of using your attention well.
- How to make the right decisions.
- How to reserve your emotions.
- What micro vs. macro budgeting is.
- How to develop your meta-cognitive framework.
Ideas Worth Sharing:
“Some of the most important thinking that we do as humans is what we call meta-cognition—thinking about thinking.” – Justin Harvey
“Your attention is the most finite and precious resource that you have.” – Justin Harvey
“Make a decision towards macro budgeting and away from micro budgeting.” – Justin Harvey
Resources In Today’s Episode:
- “Finding the One Decision That Removes 100 Decisions” by Tim Ferriss
- Good to Great by Jim Collins
- Essentialism by Greg Mckeown
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