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How Your Beliefs Can Supercharge or Sabotage Your Success

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Pause for a moment and ponder two pandemic-era beliefs: First, closing schools will control the spread of a serious virus. Second, the consequences of such school closures—particularly social interruption and the prevention of immunity—are worse than becoming sick with the virus.A common goal of controlling the virus could have created a new or modified version of school policies to accommodate both beliefs.

But no common paths forward were researched or considered. Instead, adversaries chose to disagree and caused obstructions to collaborative governance.Have you ever believed that you were the best person for a new job, only not to be selected?

Was your self-opinion overconfident? And what did you assume about the other candidates? Your beliefs include your biases, which are made up of your opinions and assumptions.

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