Author and Former Professional Poker Player
Paul Sullivan, Moderator
Wealth Matters Columnist
New York Times
- How probabilistic thinking can help you make better choices based on lessons learned from the intersection of poker and cognitive science
- Separate skill and luck in order to make better, more impartial life decisions.
- Learn how to think through competing viewpoints before making a final decision and how not to engage in “resulting”—conflating outcomes with the decisions leading up to the outcome.
- How to refocus away from black and white thinking and learn to think in probabilities, taking uncertainty and unpredictability into account in order to make better decisions