Annie regularly shares her insights and ideas through the media. Her latest book, Quit, has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, and on The Today Show, among other outlets. Take a look at some of her recent interviews on leading podcasts and publications, as well as pieces she has authored.
Former professional poker player Annie Duke is a master of decision making. In this Provocateurs podcast, hosted by Stuart Crainer of Thinkers50 and Steve Goldbach of Deloitte, she challenges us to examine our own biases and self-narratives to focus on the things we can control, in order to make better choices. By
EXCERPT: Duke offers three techniques. “Set intervals to rerun the cost-benefit analysis of your goal.” I am a sailor. The first rule is simple, when the wind shifts, turn the boat. “Add kill criteria to your goal.” Unless certain things happen by a certain time, then you need to stop.
CNBC: Don’t Think of Quitting as Failure, Says Bestselling Author: Highly Successful People Know When to Give Up
Quitting isn’t always a sign of defeat. Highly successful people often know exactly when to give up, according to bestselling author and former professional poker player Annie Duke. “Grit is great. Sometimes, you see something that other people don’t see,” Duke, a decision-making consultant, recently told the Harvard Business Review’s “On Strategy”
Quitting is often associated with failure — whether it’s a project, job, career, or company. But Annie Duke, an author and former professional poker champion, argues that quitting can sometimes be a strategic success. “Grit is great. Sometimes you see something that other people don’t see,” she tells IdeaCast host Alison Beard.
Outcome Bias is a common trap we all fall into, when we judge a decision based on the results, instead of looking at the process itself. This impacts learning, leadership, and decision making more than we realize. Annie Duke and Övül Sezer show us how to change that
I have a friend who’s founder of a biotech start-up that’s run out of road and he knows it’s time to wind it up He’s ready to quit, the German investors are ready to quit, but the Korean investors are dragging their feet. Why? This morning, when we went to
THIS EPISODE IS PERFECT FOR… people who are facing make-or-break business decisions or life-altering life choices – quitting might just be your best option. TODAY’S MAIN MESSAGE… There’s such a negative stigma about quitting in our societal viewpoint, but Annie says that this cultural perspective does not serve your best interest. Sometimes
Excerpt: “Winners never quit, and quitters never win.” Many of us have heard that phrase at some point in our lives, and it’s a pretty good indicator of how we were raised to think about success. We’re told in school, in our jobs, and in relationships that we should stick
A Note from Actuary and Author Peter Neuwirth, FSA, FCA — I invite you to tune in for this week’s episode of my podcast and video show, Money Mountaineering, where for 30 minutes, financial experts help us answer the question: What’s your future worth? Meet our guest: Bestselling Author Annie Duke Today’s topic: When
Annie Duke is a former poker player and author. She holds a World Series of Poker (WSOP) gold bracelet from 2004 and at one point won more money in WSOP history than any other female. She is still in the top four as of September 2021, despite being retired from poker, last
Annie Duke, ex-poker player and decision strategist, tells Helen Lewis why our inherent bias against quitting needs to be deconstructed, and how to spot when it is your best option https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m001k7v2
Is it time to quit? Hear from Annie Duke in a chat with Dr. Yael Schonbrun on the “Psychologists Off the Clock” Podcast about why quitting leads to success, and how to become better at it.
In This Episode of Passion Struck, Annie Duke Discusses Her Latest Book, Quit, And Why Quitting Is Integral To Success
EXCERPT: Probability, statistics and psychology While much of what Annie writes is based on her very solid understanding of probability, statistics and the theory of interest to evaluate the present value of alternative scenarios, what sets this book apart is her acumen as a cognitive psychologist. Annie earned a Master’s
Breaking news from the Next Big Idea Club: Curators Malcolm Gladwell, Susan Cain, Adam Grant, and Daniel Pink have reviewed their list of seven season finalists and hand-picked their favorite nonfiction books of the season. Without further ado, the two can’t-miss reads of Season 19 are… Breaking news from the Next Big