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Intro to the Framework3:24
Step 1: Widen Your Options2:20
Step 2: Reality Test Assumptions3:23
Step 3: Attain Emotional Distance2:45
Step 4: Prepare to be Wrong3:14
Conclusion & Resources1:00
About This Class
Are you looking to make a decision in the next 6-12 months concerning your career, relationships, or life?
This course is for you if you are looking to decide whether to...
- Quit your job and start a business
- Hire a new employee at your company
- Move to a new city
- Enter a more committed relationship
- Invest money in a venture
In this class, you will be actively led through frameworks for decision-making for professional and personal scenarios with your guide, Janet Chang.
Janet is a former Ironman triathlete and software engineer turned human performance coach. In 2014, she earned her dream job working for her biggest business idol through a series of calculated risks using the same decision making framework taught in this course.
At the end of each class session, you will walk away with things that can be implemented immediately for decisions in your own life.
Janet Chang is a marketer, author, and health technology entrepreneur.
She speaks at organizations like Stanford University, UCLA, Quantified Self, and Under 30 Changemakers on consumer healthcare, technology, entrepreneurship, and personal performance optimization. Her work has been featured on Virgin Entrepreneur, Techcrunch China, Women 2.0 and various other media.
Janet has done marketing for entrepreneurs like Derek Sivers, written an Amazon bestselling business book, started a 200-member live-work community for human performance optimization, and finished an 140.6-mile Ironman triathlon. Janet began her career as a software engineer by using accelerated learning techniques to learn programming from scratch in 3 months.
Janet is currently developing technology for cortisol hormone disorder management and marketing plans for post-seed stage startups. Janet lives in San Francisco, where she enjoys riding her road bike through rush hour traffic, drinking tea at hipster coffee shops, and shopping at Whole Foods on weekday afternoons.