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[./Tim.Bouma$] 14 Jan 18
"The standard practice of open discussion gives too much weight to the opinions of those who speak early and assertively, causing others to line up behind them"
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Josphat Mwaûra 18 Mar 13
When people believe that a conclusion is true, they are likely to believe arguments that support it, however unsound
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Abhay 4 Jan 18
, once advised on insta to read this one... I took it seriously , then loved the book thanks my man ❤️
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Molly A. Martin 1 Jun 18
Now I know - my daily afternoon candy consumption is grounded in a bio need for glucose after mornings of hard thinking. More caramel creams for me!! Winning!
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Timothy Bates 15 Feb 17
A polite retraction of a good chunk of
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Holstein Jan 5
People size you up in seconds, mostly using heuristics. That's why diversity is more important than ever
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Max Crouch 29 Aug 18
Read every word. This basically sums up the books I’ve read Over the years that Napoleon Hill has Written. Also reminds me of a boom a good friend told me to read. Love it!!!
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Listening is key 1 Apr 17
"We cannot hold a concept of wellbeing that ignores what people want" ~ Daniel Kahneman, old bedside pal
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Willie Wheeler Jan 12
A gem from : “If you were allowed one wish for your child, seriously consider wishing him or her optimism.”
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Mahoo Jan 9
This is excellent, and the concepts should be implemented into any program which takes people from operational roles into strategic ones! Strongly recommended! 🤓 📖
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Siwan Jan 24
Great day mentorship training. Such a treat to be educated for an entire day. Thanks
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Dana Ariss 18 Nov 14
"We can be blind to the obvious, and we are also blind to our blindness." - Daniel Kahneman
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Asim Pereira Sep 26
"A reliable way to make people believe in falsehoods is frequent repetition, because familiarity is not easily distinguished from truth."
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Armine Yalnizyan 24 Apr 18
Replying to @metromorning
#2: I am immensely moved by what people are talking about on , and the heart and soul of the people who are speaking up. The difficulty and wisdom of not rushing to judgment. /3
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Scott Knapp 24 Apr 18
So how do you have a sense of well-being? Life is too short to spend it doing stuff you don’t care either way about. Quite right really! If you don’t care for it then get rid and find something you do care about!
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DIYgenomics 16 Jun 13
launches study investigating a link between genomics and
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Kenzo Oct 12
Well said, “we can be blind to the obvious, and we are also blind to our blindness.”. People tend to be lazy to think, let alone to get involved in complicated and controversial topics- so.. human rights has become a controversial topic? since when?
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Rob Malicki 12 Oct 16
Awesome advice from CEO Landon Ray at : be aware of, and try to adapt for, cognitive biases.
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tamaranihici Oct 5
Lessons from how Leonardo read, constantly questioning what we think is true.
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Ron Pragides 24 Dec 17
It is no accident that authoritarian regimes exert substantial pressure on independent media.
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