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Is the way you think biased? Here are 3 common mistakes to watch out for

There are many cognitive biases we need to be aware of. Image: Unsplash/Milad Fakurian

Jono Hey

Creator of Sketchplanations, Sketchplanations

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This is due to a lack of female representation in academic and executive positions. Image: Visual Capitalist/Sketchplanations

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