These two days, I didn’t have a super long day’s work thanks to Jeff agreed to end the course earlier than written on the timetable. It was not long but really tired, he also joked on our tired-looking face. Why?
I think it is that too many theories are introduced in these two days. They are like floating clouds in the air that I realize their existence but they are slipping away at a very fast speed. I sometimes feel too desperate to focus on what Jeff is talking about.
After the first day’s learning, I became suspicious about myself. Thankfully, not too much, as “Man thinks God laughs.” I knew many of the games displayed on the course years ago, it is still a good chance to remind myself that what I have believed to be true might not be true. However, I also wondered the meaning of this. I guessed perhaps it suggested us we should use more scientific tools to help us make up our mind more rational.
With such expectation, I started my second day’s learning. I would like to summarise it as even you used tools and theories and all the possible methods to make a very good decision, the outcomes didn’t seem to be good as well. It broke the correlation between decision and outcome as outcomes were affected by many factors other than decisions. I could only try to achieve the best decision and hoped things wouldn’t be worse.