New website to help you make decisions

Wondering if it is the right time for you to get married or buy a house? New website may make the decisions easy for you.

New website to help you make decisions

Los Angeles: Wondering if it is the right time for you to get married or buy a house? New website may make the decisions easy for you.

The website developed by Cloverpop, a San Francisco-based company, allows people to use an interactive web experience to easily move past biases and relieve stress when faced with major decisions.

"Almost 40 per cent of adults are facing life changing decisions at any point in time, and tens of millions of business managers make a profession of making decisions," said Karl Sniady, Cloverpop advisor.

"Yet most people rely on tools unchanged since ancient times - sleep, prayer and talking with friends. These old tools work, but they can work better.

"We need to see our decisions objectively, without fear of negative judgement or influence. That's why the team created Cloverpop," Sniady said in a statement.

Cloverpop combines science and design to lay out your decision and help "tell the story," clarifying what's at stake, analysing biases and predicting what others would do in your shoes through a step-by-step online process.

People facing decisions can join the anonymous community for free to share and learn from each other's experiences, see different perspectives and follow decisions to find out what happens.

For people seeking more help, Cloverpop matches them with professional coaches. 

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