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See the problem with a third-person perspective

See the problem with a third-person perspective

  • When we go with our gut we often choose our go-to behaviour as the solution to the problems that we are analyzing 
  • For example, if we are extremely optimistic then we overestimate our skills 
  • Whereas when we are really pessimistic we tend to stick just to our weaknesses and we ignore all the points that are in our favour 

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