Turns out, the neurons that are doing the business of helping us make decisions, they're living cells with metabolism, they require glucose to function, and they don't distinguish between making important decisions and unimportant ones. It takes up almost as much energy and nutrients to process trivial decisions or important ones.Go ahead...read the whole article and then work to lessen the number of decisions you're making by creating habits, routines, checklists, to-do lists or whatever it takes.
Saturday, October 10, 2015
Article: How to think straight in the age of information overload
After writing a four-part series on the topic, it is nice to see that CNN published this article on decision fatigue just this week. The article contains info that supports my series, including: