What we want to see versus what we expect to see

Uncovering the truth can be a tricky thing to do. Not only do you have to figure out who to trust and which sources to believe, but our own brains can often conspire against us.

According to Adam Grant in his book “ Think Again “, we have two biases that tend to drive poor judgement:

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I’m a cofounder of @GreenMellen, and I’m into WordPress, blogging and seo. Love my two girls, gadgets, Google Earth, and I try to run when I can.

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