When it comes to making decisions, we have the right algorithm, but we use the wrong inputs because we misperceive our world.
Do we truly understand our own sight? What can it teach us about ourselves?
We constantly make assumptions about others—in myriad contexts; big or small; about those close to us, complete strangers, and everyone between. Some of these assumptions can be very costly in figurative terms. Others literally cost us money!
Do you think you see with your eyes? Think again. You see with your brain.
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