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I’ve seen 10-10-10 sort out even longer-brewing dilemmas just as quickly. One summer evening a few years ago, I was chopping onions for dinner when my daughter Sophia wandered by the kitchen. The hula-dancing incident long behind her, she had grown into a young woman who loved to write, mimicked me to perfection, and could hit a wicked two-handed backhand. She had the varsity letters framed in her bedroom to prove it. “Mom, I need to tell you something,” she said quietly. ” My heart sank. Over the previous year, I’d certainly noticed Sophia cutting her practices short and, when I let myself listen, I’d certainly heard her complaining that she wasn’t finding joy in the game anymore.
When you have a problem, you may think you hear input from your wacky aunt, brainy boss, and too-young-to-know-anything son using an “educated” brain that sorts out who’s giving you the most credible contribution. But studies in psychology would prove you wrong. There seems to be general consensus among scientists that several ingrained biases undermine our ability to sort out good advice from bad. We tend, for instance, to give the most credence to the last and first pieces of information we’ve heard and discount what we’ve learned in between, regardless of the information’s veracity or relevance.
He dropped an email to his boss and jumped in his own car—to be with Natalie at the service. Later, when I asked Natalie how much time she spent on her 10-10-10 decision, she laughed in surprise. ” But I wasn’t surprised. I’ve seen 10-10-10 sort out even longer-brewing dilemmas just as quickly. One summer evening a few years ago, I was chopping onions for dinner when my daughter Sophia wandered by the kitchen. The hula-dancing incident long behind her, she had grown into a young woman who loved to write, mimicked me to perfection, and could hit a wicked two-handed backhand.
10.10.2010 by Suzy Welch