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Overconfidence Bias Cripples Progress


Humans are prone to have an excessively high opinion of themselves. It is elevated after experiencing a success, and you unconsciously feel invincible and conceited.


Sadly, the optimism breeds unrealistic confidence, which drags you further from your goals with your ill-conceived ventures. The inability to satisfy a craving for constant social validation produces risky actions.


One success does not guarantee more successes. After a successful endeavor, come back to earth to realize your own limitations. Evaluate how others’ cooperation and luck could have played a part, not just your talents.

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