Authors: David McRaney,
You pay more attention to something in the environment than the person in front of you. You believe something is “worth it” so that you won’t regret wasting time or money on it. McRaney reveals the lies we tell ourselves and how they can be overcome, so we can become real observers of the world in front of us and act less dumb.
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