Hang on, total control is the key to making the right decisions

Monday, 7 March, 2011

In the interests of keeping you as fully (no pun intended) informed as possible, I’m posting this link to a report that suggests people’s decision making tends to be better on a full bladder.

“You seem to make better decisions when you have a full bladder,” Tuk says. So maybe you should drink a bottle of water before making a decision about your stock portfolio, for example. Or perhaps stores that count on impulse buys should keep a bathroom available to customers, since they might be more willing to go for the television with a bigger screen when they have an empty bladder.

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