I think this is an interesting point, and one that I have seen has made an impactful difference in…
Sarvasv Kulpati
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Shane Parrish of Farnam Street quotes Charlie Munger of Berkshire Hathaway as being an expert at recognizing these and other biases in his own life and then using that knowledge to tremendous professional and personal benefit.

After reading Kahneman’s Thinking, Fast and Slow, I was somewhat distraught at hearing that the author and renowned expert in these biases was under pessimistic about our capacity to overcome them. (The book is nonetheless a masterwork of exploring the vast range of ways we deceive ourselves, one of the most important books I’ve read in years.)

But then reading about Munger gives a brilliant ray of hope that we can not only get better at seeing our biases, but we can do great things as a result of making the effort to uncover them.

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