To achieve success you need to be willing to make mistakes and learn from them. However, there are some mistakes you can avoid by understanding, and overcoming, some of the cognitive biases that can lead to missed opportunities and poor decision making. Cognitive biases are errors in thinking that influence the choices we make, even when we believe we're making rational judgments. Here, behavior scientist and author Jon Levy shares some top tips for making better decisions by recognizing when your thinking is biased.
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