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The “bias blind spot"

The “bias blind spot"

It relates to our tendency to recognize cognitive biases in others, without noticing them in ourselves. In other words, our brain isn’t built to easily spot our own lack of self-awareness.  

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Self-awareness has 2 components

Self-awareness has 2 components

  • Internal self-awareness: the ability to introspect and recognize your authentic self;
  • External self-awareness: the ability to recognize how you fit in with the rest of the world. 

The 2 are independent, meaning you can have one without the other. To be truly, fully self-a...

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Self-awareness and leadership

Self-awareness and leadership

After examined the traits that contribute to the effectiveness of successful leaders, researchers concluded that a high level of self-awareness was the strongest predictor of success: when leaders are self-aware, they know how to hire subordinates who are strong in the areas where they themselves...

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Accepting and integrating feedback

Accepting and integrating feedback

You need to get feedback from people you trust, people who want you to be successful but are also going to tell you the truth, to ensure you aren’t only getting one view. Getting a second, or third, opinion can help. In the end, though, it’s on you to synthesize all those opinions into a cohesive...

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"Why" is the wrong question to ask

"Why" is the wrong question to ask

When introspecting, it’s common for people to ask “why”. But the question ‘why’ sucks us into an unproductive, paralyzed state. It gets us into this victim mentality.” And no matter how confident we are about the answer to “why,” we’re almost always wrong.

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 7 pillars of self-knowledge for introspection

7 pillars of self-knowledge for introspection

  • personality
  • values
  • passions
  • aspirations
  • strengths
  • weaknesses
  • the environment most conducive to your well-being. 

They act as a framework, because introspection is key to building internal self-awareness, but aimless wandering t...

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The Bias Blind Spot

This is the failure to recognize the impact of bias on your own judgment.

Despite the extensive research and data supporting the existence of our cognitive biases, many of us disagree and even ignore the effects of bias in our lives even when we’re fully aware of it.

The Bias Blind Spot: We Have Biases About Biases

When we see someone else do something, we sometimes think we could do better, and probably recognized the food taste in a more objective way. The problem is that most of us are suffering from various biases, like the common bias blind spot: We think we are less biased than others.

Confirmation Bias: Selective Spotlighting That Is Inevitable

Confirmation Bias: Selective Spotlighting That Is Inevitable

Confirmation bias is a common tendency to self-promote and validate our own beliefs. Most controversial issues have people who are for or against the given topic, and tend to look at points that support their existing belief patterns.

Daniel Kahneman, a Nobel prize winning...

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