Decisions drive our daily activities.
The need to decide is never-ending. You make decisions even when you unconsciously think you are choosing not to decide.
And we don’t always choose the most rational option.
Everyone processes information with both the rational and emotional parts of the brain. Here is an example that sounds familiar.
Your rational brain knows that certain habits like smoking, and skipping even minimal exercise are bad for your health, the emotional part of your brain sometimes overcome this knowledge, justifies and even rationalise these bad behaviours, and convince you to keep doing everything wrong for your health.