Trusting Your Gut vs. Evidence-based Decisions

Sometimes your intuition guides you down the wrong path

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According to the University of Copenhagen’s associate professor of economics Christina Gravert, common sense is not the best predictor of outcomes.

She says that challenging and testing your baseline assumptions is the best way to get what you want; for your life and…

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Sylvia Dziuba

Sylvia Dziuba

Writer | Author of “Go to Sleep Late; and Other Great Advice for Night Owls” to be released July 2022

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