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Your Mind Has A Mind Of Its Own

Why Sales Are Never A Good Thing, Why Popcorn Confuses You, And Other Ways Your Brain Is Ruining Your Life
Narrated by: Alex Ogorek
Length: 44 mins
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The world is a scary place. And your brain is trying to make sense of it 24/7/365. 

Your brain also loves making shortcuts, even if good judgement and logic is thrown out the window. Sometimes it doesn’t have time to calculate all of the potential possibilities, outcomes, consequences, and results. So it makes a quick decision. And sometimes, that decision can be done too quickly. 

These quick judgements are called cognitive biases (or heuristics or logical fallacies). 

You will look back at the past and think you knew it all along. You will assume you know things going forward. You will make guesses about people or places when you have very little real-world exposure to them. And 14 other massive brain failures you commit every single day. 

That’s what this book aims to tackle: the 17 worst ways that your brain is ruining your life and your success. This audiobook with shed like on exactly what you're doing and how to overcome each bias so you can become more successful, even if just by a little bit. This audiobook will also discuss how you can overcome these biases so you can live a happier and more successful life. 

©2018 Alex Ogorek (P)2019 Alex Ogorek

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I may end up listening to this everyday on the way in to work. I let myself talk myself into thinking I can’t do something, without fully analyzing if I could do that thing. Try it.