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Distract Yourself to Make Better Choices

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Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh has come out with a study that says you should find a way to distract yourself for 2 minutes and that will result in a better decision.

So before you accept that new job, buy a new car, agree to a blind date, you may want to remember this: Wait two minutes and you will make a better choice.

Why?

According to the study, you unconsciously consider your options while your attention goes elsewhere.

So it may be a good thing that  you have all those game apps on you phone. Play a game of Words With Friends before your give your final decision,

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