EQ Hacks: Bite-Size Emotional Intelligence Power Moves podcast

Ed Batista on the "Impulse to Hurry" Hack: Slow Down and Avoid Mistakes

15 Sekunden vorwärts
15 Sekunden vorwärts

Ed Batista is a prominent Executive Coach in Silicon Valley who counts technology company CEOs and leaders in various fields as his clients. He coaches senior executives who are facing a challenge or who would like to be fulfilled and effective in their roles.

Ed is also a lecturer at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, teaches a course called “The Art of Self Coaching”, and used to teach “Interpersonal Dynamics” (popularly known as “Touchy Feely”), the schools’ most popular elective. 

In today’s episode, he talks about  “The Impulse to Hurry is a Signal to Slow Down” hack, which helps people avoid mistakes rooted in cognitive bias. If you’ve ever felt the pressure to check something off your to-do list quickly, or felt the need to “get it over with” when having to deliver bad news, this episode is for you!

Ed has been blogging since 2004 and has a wealth of resources, as well as game-changing and practical thought leadership on his site: www.edbatista.com. If you can’t hire Ed as a coach, his blog provides generous insight into “The Art of Self Coaching”, “Touchy Feely”, and his thoughtful approach. We highly recommend it!

You can also follow Ed on Twitter at

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