you can…

…make better


Competent to act

Make the right decision quickly and put it into action.

Better at solving problems

By making the right decision, you support your problem-solving skills.

Better at taking advantage of opportunities

Identify different options and choose the best alternative.


Trust your decisions and gain security for your actions.



Decision-making is the brain’s ability to make the best choice from various options to achieve a goal. Especially at work, we often have to consider different options and make important decisions in order to be successful. In sports we make decisions within a few milliseconds and in everyday life we ​​also have to decide whether the fastest way to get to work is by car, train or bike.

Faster and better decisions strengthen our self-confidence, make everyday life easier and support private and professional success.

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The best time to make decisions is reached around the age of 20 and remains relatively constant until the age of 40. When you are younger, decisions are quicker but also more impulsive and prone to errors, while as you get older, more emphasis is placed on the quality of the decision. However, from the age of 40 to 50, performance declines. This is also contributed by the loss of other cognitive abilities such as working memory, which is essential for effective decision making.

Targeted training can support maintaining and improving your decision-making ability. The SKILLCOURT will help you with this.

Decision making 
skills can be trained


The ability to make decisions is determined by the speed of the decision and the quality of the decision. Quick decisions are often more error-prone while, conversely, high-quality decisions often take more time. On the SKILLCOURT, both components are addressed and trained in training. To achieve the best score, both quick and correct decisions are necessary.

Speed of decision making

Decision quality

Players who make quick but erroneous decisions learn to evaluate situations better, while slow players increase their decision-making speed. A feedback system as well as different training courses and levels ensure that there are always new challenges and a motivating training experience. Combined with physical activity on the SKILLCOURT, neural plasticity in the brain is stimulated to improve decision-making ability. In addition to training, you can also test your decision-making skills on the SKILLCOURT.

making skills


The SKILLCOURT includes a special category for training decision-making skills. Different exercises and levels require quick and correct decisions and ensure long-lasting motivation through playful content and movement.


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Training on the SKILLCOURT has made it easier for me to make decisions. A training program that definitely pays off!

– Alan M.

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The SKILLCOURT definitely increased my enjoyment of making decisions. Varied exercises help you act wisely under pressure.

– Grace O.

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The realistic exercises on the SKILLCOURT have significantly improved my judgment and strategic thinking. A must-have for smart minds!

– Ryan N.

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What does decision-making mean and why is it difficult for me to decide?

Decision making is the ability to choose the best one from various options to achieve a goal. Problems often arise when the number of options is too large or the consequences of the options cannot be fully estimated. The fear of making mistakes, perfectionism, or “overthinking” exacerbates this problem.

How does SKILLCOURT help me make good decisions in the future?

The SKILLCOURT trains decision-making by focusing on decision-making speed and decision quality. This allows decision-making skills to be improved and transferred to everyday life without unnecessarily complex scenarios. The difficulty of the training adapts across different levels and presents the brain with new challenges. The feedback on the speed and quality of decisions in combination with the diagnostics allows the training success to be continuously monitored.

What types of exercises does SKILLCOURT offer to train decision-making skills?

All decision-making exercises on the SKILLCOURT require quick and correct decisions. In addition, other cognitive skills such as working memory (e.g. Remember Forms), action control (e.g. Shape Jump) or cognitive flexibility (e.g. Decision Pro) are integrated into the training. This results in a unique characteristic for each exercise, increasing training motivation and transferring it into everyday life.

– Memorize Shapes
– Memorize Shapes Plus
– Shape Jump
– Decision Pro
– Switch Training

Why should I train my decision-making skills on SKILLCOURT?

Whether in everyday life, at work, in sports, or at school. We make a variety of decisions every day. The faster and better our decisions are, the better our performance becomes. But our health also benefits because better decisions lead to less stress. Training on the SKILLCOURT supports this process.

Can SKILLCOURT training help reduce impulsive behavior when making decisions?


Impulsive decisions arise from limitations in action control and decisions made too quickly. SKILLCOURT training requires both quick and correct decisions to score points and advance in levels. As a result, players with impulsive behavior train better action control and better evaluation before making a decision.

How are the skills learned for better decision-making from SKILLCOURT training applied in everyday life?

We encounter decisions in almost every everyday situation, from choosing products in the supermarket to choosing the fastest route to work. The SKILLCOURT trains decision-making skills and integrates additional components such as working memory into the exercises. Together with physical activity, training success and transfer into everyday life can be optimised. 

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