Avoid misconceptions by adopting a better judgment

Instructions

  1. Recognize when you are impressed by bigger or smaller numbers.
    When you hear news or different statistics, take a step back and not get influenced by how important that number seems.
  2. Compare numbers.
    While big numbers seem important, small numbers appear to be misleading. Always compare a presented “fact” with similar events. 
  3. Adopt the “80/20” technique.
    When you have a long list of tasks, always look for the bigger ones because they might be more difficult or important. It’s important to differentiate the significant from the insignificant and not spend too much time digesting minor things.

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