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Independence is important to intelligent decision making for two reasons. First, it keeps the mistakes that people make from becoming correlated. Errors in individual judgment won’t wreck the group’s collective judgment as long as those errors aren’t systematically pointing in the same direction. One of the quickest ways to make people’s judgments systematically biased is to make them dependent on each other for information.
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Kevin Rose
4436 Followers
2 Books with Public Notes
The wait staff sat at the tiled tables after hours, drinking sodas secretly spiked with rum and swapping stories of rude customers and messy children.
Note: I never worked at a Mexican restaurant, but I have waitressed and this is pretty accurate.
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Karen McQ.
201 Followers
5 Books with Public Notes
While the world was undoubtedly safer with Saddam gone, the reality was that I had sent American troops into combat based in large part on intelligence that proved false. That was a massive blow to our credibility—my credibility—that would shake the confidence of the American people.
Note: A refreshingly honest admission which adds to the credibility of his other points in the book.
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Paul J. Springer
155 Followers
43 Books with Public Notes


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