Even the wisest people won’t make good choices when they’re not rested and their glucose is low, researchers have found. It’s not a good idea to restructure the organization at 4 p.m and you shouldn’t make major commitments during the cocktail hour. If a decision must be made late in the day, don’t do it on an empty stomach. Grocery retailers discovered this decades ago. After shoppers have made all their decisions in the aisles, their willpower is reduced and they’re vulnerable to any kind of temptation, but especially vulnerable to candy and soda, which are located at the checkout stand.
6. Sometimes, it's best to run your ideas by others
many ideas complicate their decision-making.