Jan 12, 2023-- "When the Nobel Prizewinning physicist Arno Penzias was asked what led to his success, he explained that he made a daily habit of asking what he called "the jugular question." Penzias said, The first thing I do each morning is ask myself, Why do I strongly believe what I believe? Penzias felt it was critical to constantly examine your own assumptions. And this is important to do whenever making decisionsbecause our assumptions and preconceived notions can greatly influence decisions (assumptions, and the tendency to want to confirm them, is one of the most perilous decision traps, according to research)." Read more from Warren Berger in this excerpt from his book, "The Book of Beautiful Questions." (1607 reads)
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