Business, life

(Try to) Make Better Decisions

Thanks to @farnamstreet for these great points that he posted on Twitter. It reminded me of a good conversation with a friend about the ‘right’ and a ‘good’ decision. A good decision is the best one you can make based on the evidence at hand when you need to decide. Only time can tell if it will […]


Framing Effect

The framing effect is a cognitive bias where people react differently to the same information depending on how it is presented. 
This effect can be used in business and personal life to influence people’s decisions and behaviors.

At Meta, it is one of the critical ways of thinking for managers. You wish to lead by doubling down on people’s strengths, which is a superpower that brings results and happiness.