Your cognitive biases can result in discriminatory behaviors, as well as harmful behaviors, without you even knowing. Yes, despite your best intentions, you might be unconsciously sabotaging yourself.
Learn how to deal with such unconscious biases and beliefs in today's episode.
What you will learn:
How your cognitive biases can be bad for you
8 ways you can avoid and counteract cognitive biases
How your thoughts are often not ones you consciously choose
What moral dialect is
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