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There’s Value in Being Wrong

It feels good to be right, but you can often learn more from being wrong. In the fourth installment of Luba Koziy’s series on Making Better Decisions, she debunks confirmation bias, and why being wrong can be right.

Making Better Decisions: Series Introduction

Is there a definitive way to be a better decision-maker? While that question is difficult to answer, exploring the mental biases and heuristics that effect our decision-making every day is a way to think more carefully about the decisions that we make.

Making Better Decisions: Availability Heuristic

Are you really taking the time to think carefully about the decisions you make? Learn more about the availability heuristic, and why spending a few minutes to think deeply can make a real difference in the choices you make.

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