Identifying Blind Spots and Self-Sabotaging Behaviors | Psychology Today

We all fail thousands of times in small and large ways. However, we don’t make thousands of different mistakes–we make a handful of similar errors and we repeat them in endless variety. This happens because we all have our individual blind spots and thinking errors and it is those that usually trip us up in life.

But if we only have a few characteristic errors why don’t we correct them?

This article from “Psychology Today” was insightful and useful in defining and overcoming our blind-spots while addressing some of the ways we get in our own way. Worth the read.

Source: Identifying Blind Spots and Self-Sabotaging Behaviors | Psychology Today

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