How to Think Critically Under Stress

Heuristics is big word that gets thrown around a lot in military and law-enforcement circles when it comes to decision making under stress.  It is a word with Greek origins that in simple terms means is acknowledging that a problem must be solved and classical methods of doing so are too timely and therefore ineffective.  I say in those circles because one of the most stressful ways to deal with life is to be on the business end of a gun and not know how to handle yourself.  I am going to borrow two common thought processes from that . . .

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