Psychology

The Psychological Effect That Stops Smart People From Listening to Good Advice

Plus, how you can recognize when you're making this common mistake.
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Have you ever heard of the Dunning Kruger effect? If not, then Entrepreneur Network partner Ben Angel wants to explain it to you and break down how it's preventing you from recognizing, accepting and acting on good advice.

This psychological principal can prevent even the most intelligent people from taking input from other people -- even when it would help them in the long run. 

Click play to learn about the Dunning Kruger effect.

Related: The Deadly Cost of the Entrepreneurial Mindset

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