Improve your decision-making process through tactics and resources that will help you gain more clarity and focus, no matter the scale!
Andra Zaharia, content marketer and life-long learner, interviews great decision-makers, so you can learn from the best.
Discover how they built and improved their process over the years to strengthen your own.
Use evolutionary psychology to improve mental clarity (with Tim Ash)
Tim Ash is a great voice that you need to hear to build more positivity and momentum towards all the good things you want to develop in your life. Start by hitting the play button:
What I really appreciate about Tim is his dedication to sharing all his knowledge and putting it to work – constantly. He published over 100 articles about digital growth, he did the Landing Page Optimization Podcast with over 130 episodes, and he’s also a certified Tai Chi instructor, a poet, painter, and an avid photographer.
During our conversation, I could see all of his diverse experiences converging and surfacing valuable life lessons we can all use to elevate our decisions and way of life.
How to make better decisions by focusing on the process (with Erno Hannink)
Today’s episode is focused on this crucial topic: our process for making decisions and how we can pick and choose ideas, experiences, and people to help us improve it so that we elevate multiple aspects of our lives.
Erno is the kind of person who exudes optimism and he proved it once again during our conversation. Even when confronted with tough times and difficult decisions, as we all are these days, he still focuses on mind and body health.
Before you press play, start with this idea my guest, Erno Hannink, shared: don’t evaluate the result of your decisions but focus on the thought process behind it. You’ll soon understand why that makes a huge difference.
Make short-term changes for your long-term endgame (with Tom Hirst)
My guest today, Tom Hirst, generously shares how he’s progressed on all three fronts during the last decade, highlighting the decisions he used to achieve balance and the thinking behind them. The way he considers the choices and actions he’s making today and their future impact is a highly valuable lesson in strategic thinking. I learn a lot from this conversation and I hope you will too!
This is a fast-paced episode that packs a lot of energy and that might be just what you need to find your own priorities and engineer your growth from here on. Keep a notebook close, you’ll want to take notes!
How company culture shapes your decisions and future (with Brett Putter)
Bretton Putter is an expert on building culture in high-growth companies and also a clear-eyed judge of his own values. He makes decisions based on his beliefs and chooses to work with clients he aligns with. This is one of the many choices he made to achieve a stronger balance between work and leading a healthy life.
“Culture develops in a company when decisions that are made prove to be successful and the thinking that went into those decisions becomes embedded into the way we do things around here.”
This snippet from my guest’s most recent book really struck a chord for me because it’s not just about the decision to make cultivating company culture a core goal but what happens after it.
That’s exactly what this episode is about and it concerns you, no matter where you work and what you do.
How our brain makes decisions (with Ana Iorga, Neuroscientist)
Do you know those conversations that light up your brain in all sorts of new ways?
That’s what it was like to interview Ana Iorga, the consumer neuroscience expert.
Our entire conversations felt like a crash course in how the brain works when it makes decisions. Talking to Ana was not just an opportunity to discover fascinating facts about how our brain shapes our perception of reality, but also a chance to see how these facts work in real-life situations.
Ana’s examples cover a wide range of familiar experiences, explained through a lens that inspires reflection, encourages self-awareness, and makes us more intentional about our actions.
Optimize for who you are (with Vladimir Oane)
Vladimir always struck me as a very outspoken, no-BS person, who has a deep understanding of the topics he talks about. His clarity of expression reflected clarity of thought and that stands true to this day, as you’ll learn yourself if you listen to the episode we recorded together.
What came out of our conversation is a range of ideas and questions that can help anyone upgrade their thinking and their actions – not by imitation but by strengthening their own critical thinking.
If the phrase “it’s very hard to do a Kanye West on a book” piques your interest, I promise there’s a bit of fun in this episode too, along with valuable lenses you can try out to improve your outlook on life, meaning, decisions, and your creative pursuits.
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This podcast is jammed packed with deep knowledge from all corners, explored through thoughtful conversation, intelligently and purposely asked questions. As a bonus one can learn how to elevate their conversations from this podcast too! I would say that I highly recommend this but is not enough, I urge you to listen to each episode, 2-3 times.