Avoid making bad decisions with the HALT technique

The average person makes about 35,000 decisions every day. We make 200 judgments each day about food alone. Here’s the problem: research shows that you make bad decisions when you are hungry, angry, lonely or tired (HALT). In fact, judges made more favorable decisions in the morning when they are fresh and not hungry. Here’s a strategy to help you make better decisions.

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Avoid making bad decisions with the HALT technique

The average person makes about 35,000 decisions every day. We make 200 judgments each day about food alone. Here’s the problem: research shows that you make bad decisions when you are hungry, angry, lonely or tired (HALT). In fact, judges made more favorable decisions in the morning when they are fresh and not hungry. Here’s a strategy to help you make better decisions.

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