Goals require staying motivated as we juggle multiple decisions in pursuit of what we are trying to achieve. A.P.E. is a way to think about these decisions in order to improve performance. As a natural model, A.P.E. describes decision making in action, with a focus on how we experience decisions as we strive towards our goals.
With A.P.E., goals are a central feature, requiring motivation as we assess, plan, and execute. Each component can be experienced at an intuitive level, as well as through conscious deliberation.
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Richard Feenstra is an educational psychologist, with a focus on judgment and decision making. He writes about the psychology behind problem solving, innovation, motivation and productivity.
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