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Analyse Your Problems

Analyse Your Problems

Facts need to be analysed, otherwise they are useless. It is important to analyse them objectively while being aware of confirmation bias (= the tendency to look for information that confirm your original beliefs).

To be objective you can act as if you were collecting the data for another person and not for yourself or pretend to be a lawyer of the other party that has to find all the facts that contradict your own.


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Psychology student with a passion for learning and developing as a person.

Dale Carnegie shares how to finally stop worrying and start living using the practical tips he collected from various people from all over the world. Please note that I read the book in German, which is why some quotes might differ from the English version.

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