<b>Survivorship bias</b> refer...
Survivorship bias refers to our tendency to focus on the winners while completely forgetting about the losers who are employing the same strategy.

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5 Common Mental Errors That Sway Your Decision Making

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Most decision-making errors boil down to:

  • logical fallacies (over-generalizations, comparing apples and oranges, circular thinking)
  • limiting beliefs (underestimations of what's possible)
  • judgment biases (valuing certain factors above others).

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4 Common Decision-Making Mistakes That Are Holding You Back

bustle.com

People don't like to rethink their beliefs once they are formed. 

We would rather ignore information that would challenge our ideas than engage with threatening new information. This is called "confirmation bias".

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6 Cognitive Biases That Are Messing Up Your Decision Making

inc.com

Each day, we automatically make thousands of choices, from what time to wake up to what to eat.

The problem with this automatic processing is that there are instances when we jump to conclusions that are wrong.

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6 Common Decision-Making Blunders That Could Kill Your Business

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