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Jussie Smollett, Dianne Feinstein and Nick Sandmann aren’t teachers, but in recent weeks, they’ve given Americans a lesson in the danger of jumping to conclusions
Excerpt: Annie Duke, author of Thinking In Bets, says that “wrapping our arms around uncertainty and giving it a big hug will help us become
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I started my adult life pursuing a doctorate in psychology at the University of Pennsylvania. I put that excellent education to work playing professional poker for nearly 20 years. I thought I’d left academics behind but instead discovered I had merely landed in a much richer laboratory for studying human decision making.
FROM TED: My guest on today’s show once again is Annie Duke, decision-making expert, former world-famous poker player, and author of the best seller, Thinking in Bets. I had a chance to interview Annie at The Investment Institute’s Fall Forum in Chapel Hill, North Carolina and the live interview follows. Special thanks to Andrea Szigethy and Donna Holly, founders of the Institute, for having Annie and me down for their terrific event.
Episode 18 of the NewRetirement podcast is an interview with Annie Duke — a best selling author, public speaker and former world champion poker professional. We discuss her new book Thinking in Bets which focuses on decision making, beliefs and learning when you have imperfect information through the lens of what she has learned at the poker table and in her own behavioral finance research.