Becoming a More Critical Consumer of Information

It is becoming increasingly difficult to separate that which we want to hear/do hear and read from what can be scientifically proven. This HBR article from Marcus Buckingham offers some easy steps to follow to increase the chances of making that happen.

Here is what I came away with from the article and my own research and experience:

1. Similarity, expedience and experiential biases are omnipresent and insidious in our lives, especially when if comes to consuming information.
2. We can never eliminate being fooled but we can minimize it.
3. Trust arrives on foot and leaves in a Ferrari yet is in short supply. Being able to create and maintain it is a competitive advantage.
4. Be skeptical. Asking probing and enlightening questions is an excellent defense for minimizing bias and increasing trust.

Enjoy!
HBR Article – Click Here!

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Bill – Certified Growth Coach, Foundations in NeuroLeadership certified, PI Certified Partner, 100COACHES member coach

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