The Heath brothers – those prolific scientist-authors whose handy acronyms help us live better – are at it again. Their latest book, Decisive: How to Make Better Choices in Life and Work, helps us synthesize and apply years of robust research on improving our decision-making. As always for the Heath brothers, an acronym focuses their teaching on how to make better decisions: “WRAP” WIDEN your options. Investigate the full range of choices available to you. Do not simply accept the frame of the problem as it first appears to you. Re-frame it. Ask others who have faced the same or similar choices. Ask experts in the field too. Read and research the problem. Above all, do not hurry your decision. Time will allow both…