Jack Quarles has founded multiple startups, serves on two international boards, and has helped companies save tens of millions of dollars. He is the author of three Amazon #1 Bestselling books about value-based relationships and decision-making.
Jack graduated from Yale University where he sang bass with the Whiffenpoofs. He has an MBA from Kellogg School of Business. Jack loves basketball, guitar, and iced tea. He lives with his family in the DUMBO district of Brooklyn NY.
We're surrounded by cliches, proverbs, and common phrases. Unfortunately, these words often steal time, money, and opportunity. In this signature presentation Jack Quarles shares the concepts in his #1 bestselling, multiple-award-winning book Expensive Sentences. Audiences develop new ears for expressions that are costly, and tools to improve decisions and avoid common traps.
Our brains are wired to make snap judgments using labels, categories, templates, and biases. These tendencies save time and free us to learn new things, but they also result in inertia, groupthink, and lazy decision-making. In this presentation Jack crisply explains the neuroscience that drives how we take in data and process information. He identifies the most common and costly cognitive biases, and provides simple tactics to remove those impediments, for more possibilities and better outcomes.
Audiences gain not just insight, but ACTIONS that are useful both at home and in the office.