Peter Sandman: How Your Ability To Process Risk Can Save Your Life
How much do things around you need to change before you start changing your behavior? Dr. Peter Sandman has made a career out of analyzing people’s “adjustment reaction” process. And it turns out, people are wired differently. Some watch the world intently, looking for early indicators of change and reacting swiftly to them. Others prefer not to get distracted by the “small stuff” and only pay attention once change is forced on them.