Choose Yourself,” and the principles I had learned when I was repeatedly going broke and always had to bounce back.But I was insecure: I wasn’t as good as any of the other speakers, particularly the woman speaking before me.
And I wasn’t as good as the ballet. And I wasn’t going to be as fun as the party afterwards. So what was the point of me? I felt like a fraud.
Like I was useless. Like 2,000 people would look at me and they would all be thinking, “Oh my god, can he JUST SHUT UP already?”I went back and gave my talk.Whenever someone starts talking to me about cognitive biases, I always want to ask, “But how would I use this?” Cognitive biases are shortcuts the brain uses to make decisions when things are complicated.Read more on positivelypositive.com