I listen to maybe two episodes of The Morning Shakeout per year, but they're always great. Distance runners are, unsurprisingly, good at maintaining conversational pace and energy for an hour. Mario Fraioli does his homework but knows when to shut up; he's a sneaky-great interviewer.
I actually think that decision-making is probably a little bit overrated as a question or an area of study in that – investors, obviously, this is their job, right? And that’s all they can do in some sense, invest or not. [...] But it’s not usually that. And I think that the question I would encourage people to think more about is, “How do I get to make better decisions?” as in, “How do I make sure the decisions I’m confronted with end up being better?” It’s not like, “How should I choose between option A and B,” but, “How do I make sure that both options A and B are as good as possible, and there’s also a C, D, and E, and that those options are great too?”