Nudge yourself to make better decisions | Johannes Siebert | TEDxInnsbruck

The only way that you can purposefully influence anything in your life is by your decisions. The rest of your life just happens. This TEDx Talk provides practical concepts and useful procedures empowering you to become your own decision architect to make systematically better decisions and improve your life. Johannes Siebert teaches Decision Sciences and Behavioral Economics in the Department of Business & Management at MCI | THE ENTREPRENEURIAL SCHOOL®, Innsbruck, Austria and is private lecturer at the University of Bayreuth, Bayreuth, Germany. His research objective is to contribute to better informed decision-making of individuals as well as of organizations. For example, he showed that proactive, value-focused decision-making can be trained, thus increasing life satisfaction. Therefore, his passion is to teach value-focused decision-making skills to high-school and university students, managers, and political stakeholders. He serves as Member in the Advisory Council of the Alliance of Decision Education and is initiator of the project KLUGentscheiden! (smart deciding) in Germany in which decision competence trainings for adolescents are conceptualized, implemented, and evaluated. He also works as a business consultant for both public and private organizations in the US and in Europe. Three times, he was acknowledged as finalist in the practice award of the Decision Analysis Society (INFORMS). This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at