Consider the context

We can fall victim to psychological barriers when we try to cling to general wisdom and favor absolutes, rather than act as we should.
We implement best practices without considering the context. It could happen when we prefer to try and fit into someone else's mold for what "success" looks like instead of thinking for ourselves. 

If we stopped obsessing over the right answers and instead acted like investigators, we could overcome these psychological barriers.

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The 3 Psychological Reasons We Cling to Conventional Wisdom

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