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3 Mental Errors Holding You Back in School

As rational and logical as we think we are, we are all prone to making a series of mental errors that hold us back. These are the three most common mental errors holding you back as a student.

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TIME STAMPS:
00:35 – Confirmation Bias
02:24 – Loss Aversion
04:22 – Survivorship Bias
06:14 – How to Overcome These Biases
06:25 – Let Go of the Ego
07:08 – Seek Value, Don’t Add Value
07:57 – Constantly Question Your Assumptions

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