How to multiply your time – Part II: Ignore

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So we revealed that everyone has time for everything in our last post. It always depends on the level of our priority. How important is this person or the task for me that I sacrifice my time? And as said, it is our daily struggle to deal with prioritizing. But, what do we do when it seems we have no time at all, even when we prioritize carefully?
What we should do is multiply our time to bring more results to the end of our day. Therefore, in Rory Vaden’s book “Procrastinate on Purpose”, he introduces 5 Permissions to do it. Let’s talk about the first one, Ignore- the power to eliminate.

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How to avoid Confirmation Bias

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Confirmation Bias is the mother of all misconceptions. This Bias can lead to conflicts, misunderstandings, and dangerous ideologies. Without a clear understanding and specific prevention, this can affect your daily life. I will explain the confirmation bias, how it works, how threatening this can be, and how to avoid confirmation bias.

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The Survivorship Bias

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Influencer, Streamer, and Actors. When you think about this, names will pop into your head immediately. A famous personality who makes it to the top of their field.  And in some situations, you consider following their steps to follow your dream or whatever.
But reconsider it and think about the survivorship bias.

One of the most known Streamers I know is Ninja, a streamer who plays the popular Battle Royale Game “Fortnite”. He makes millions while playing video games and also played with a celebrity like Drake.
Also, Influencer, more commonly known in society, makes money with posts on Instagram. People mostly underestimate the work behind every success and typically say phrases like: “Wtf just doing this and you get a hundred Euros? I can do this too!”.

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