Friday, February 24, 2006


It’s official! According to the University of Amsterdam we make the best decisions when we are a sleep! So much for Nick’s advise on avoiding procrastination.

According to the BBC:

The study found that people can think unconsciously and that for complex decisions unconscious thought is actually superior.
The team argued the problem with conscious thought is that the brain can only focus on a few things at the same time, which can lead to some aspects being given undue importance.

The first step should be to get all the information necessary for the decision.
"Once you have the information, you have to decide, and this is best done with conscious thought for simple decisions, but left to unconscious thought - to 'sleep on it' - when the decision is complex."

The full article is available at this link:


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