Decision-making and thinking like Leaders and CEOs

Master your decision-making, and think like a CEO or a high-level manager

What you will learn

Real-life examples of decision-making in common business scenarios

Learn logic and logical fallacies

Examples of decision-making by Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos, and Paul Graham

How to stay mentally alert to make many decisions you have to make during each day

Learn the Neuroscience of decision-making and how the brain works

When to trust your gut reaction, and how to enhance it with logic and reasoning


Improve your short-term and long-term decision-making, and set your life and business in the optimal direction!

Add layers to your decision-making with proven methods, science, logic, and Emotional Intelligence in you thinking.


See real-life decision-making examples on business strategy, hiring, firing, project selection, start-up launch, product launch, and many other examples taken from real and practical scenarios.


There are short-term decisions, mid-term decisions, and long-term decisions. In addition, there is even a big difference if you take half a second to make a decision vs. whether you take two seconds to make a decision. Different parts of the brain are activated as seconds pass.


In this course, you will learn some of the Neuroscience and Biology of your brain. One thing you will learn is how you form gut reactions and impulsive decisions. They are largely made with your Amygdala, and even though they are not always negative, they tend to be more negative, risk-averse, and help you avoid bad outcomes.


The Prefrontal Cortex is the part of our brain that handles more complex logic and context. It usually activates a second after the Amygdala, and can add depth of reasoning to your gut reactions. You can take two seconds or days in order to fully process a decision, especially if it’s a complex and highly-impactful one.


Learn how Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos, and Paul Graham approach decision-making. Some of them are more or less risk-averse, but all of them have been successful in gigantic projects.


Of course, it will help your decision-making if you immerse yourself in a little big of logic and learn logical fallacies, so you don’t fall into those pitfalls! So we’ll cover that as well.

Invest in your future! Enroll today!



Introduction and welcome

Introduction and welcome to this course on decision-making
Trusting your gut as a decision-making option
Short-term decisions when under pressure
Don’t make decisions when you are excited or optimistic
Decision-making visual graphic

Decision-making matrix

Eisenhower box introduction for decision-making
Furthering our thinking in task prioritization with automation, delegation, etc
Psychology of happiness to help us prioritize tasks

Decision making and strategy by top CEOs

Decision making of Paul Graham
Decision making of Elon Musk
Think how Jeff Bezos and Mark Zuckerberg think

Thinking in systems

Using the example of the Entrepreneur E-myth
Crossing the chasm

Hiring as a manager, and bias that clouds decision-making while hiring

Section introduction for decision-making while hiring
What is subconscious bias, and why it’s such a paradox
Diversity after getting rid of unconscious bias in order to hire the best people
In-group belonging confusion
Confirmation bias and first impression bias
Write down your requirements and create quantifiable tests for candidates
Bias in what you look for in candidates
Remove name, photo, gender, age, resume source from the screening
Subconscious bias test 1: Circle of trust affinity bias or ingroup bias
Subconscious bias test 2: father and son exercise
Answer to subconscious bias test 2: father and son exercise
Getting rid of bias through exposure
Study on UB training (Unconscious bias training)
Don’t jump to conclusions too early during the interview

Project prioritization case study – how I decided which projects to choose

Section introduction – business case study of time management decision
Getting started with the Google productivity suite
Starting the time management prioritization in Google Sheets
Using formulas in Google Sheets
How to create charts and graphs from Google Sheets data
Merging cells
Finalizing the decision and learning Pivot Tables

What if you’ve already made a wrong decision?

Minimizing damage from bad decisions

Decisions on when launching a product, feature, or business

How to decide on when to launch a business or a product

Confidence and decision-making

Confidence and decision-making

Logic and logical fallacies

Logic and logical fallacies for better decision-making, section introduction
Inductive and deductive reasoning
Ampliative reasoning
The Socratic Method for brainstorming
Ad Hominem
How to treat others with opposing point of view
Surrounding yourself with similars
The twisted argument
Irrelevant argument
Case studies can be misleading
Statistics vs. case studies
Blindly trusting old assumptions
Correlation does not imply causation
Wishful thinking that feels good, but isn’t backed by sound reasoning
Slippery slope fallacy that creates anxiety, and how to deal with it

Improving sleep for better decision-making

Better sleep for improved decision-making, section introduction
The Circadian Rhythm for a consistent sleep schedule
Introduction to light exposure for sleep
Light exposure at night
Light exposure at night if you have to get up in the middle of the night
Slow wave sleep and REM sleep, and how to best manage your sleep to get both
Not working in bed

Diet and caffeine consumption

Diet choices for sleep vs. diet choices to boost energy and Dopamine
Caffeine consumption
Case study of how I was able to reverse extreme morning tiredness

Conclusion – thank you for being a great student

How to get the certificate for this course
Thank you for being a great student in this decision-making course!

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