Tuesday, October 10, 2006

blind spots anticipating the future

“stumbling” author describes a common behavior of people, who agree to do something in the future because they agree to the “why” (personal or family obligation), before they fully visualize the details of “what” they agree to do. Filling out a description of both sides of a decision may tend to reduce the “surprise!” of an unpleasant accompanying outcome.

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