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Fearless Culture

What Do You Stand for, Really?

Your values guide your life — if you know what they are.

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Most people don’t know what they don’t know. Psychologists Rozenblit and Keil coined the term the illusion of explanatory depth to describe this phenomenon.

We all believe we know more (about ourselves) than we actually do.

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Gustavo Razzetti

Gustavo Razzetti

I help teams and organizations build fearless cultures. Author of “Remote, Not Distant” → https://amzn.to/3PQuzX8

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