Two Last Big Creativity-Crippling Fallacies

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Hey there!

These last two fallacies I want to share with you are very…clingy.

To fall prey to either of these two can be a huge waste of our time, and can be very discouraging to continue with our journey.

One’s about respect and alliance, and the other often applies to pricing and value.

Hope this helps!

David

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  1. Yes, I love these daily vlogs. I like learning new terms, ideas, concepts, and skills. Your voice and style are easy to listen to. That is a huge bonus for my learning style. The topics are never boring and the videos are always the right length of time. I’ve learned so much over the past few weeks, especially about fallacies. I look forward to these videos daily. I bookmarked a few on YouTube to reference in the future. Thanks for the wonderful content.

  2. Hi David, Definitely enjoying these! I can relate to each of them – either because I have that fallacy or because I see it in others! Thanks!

  3. I would love to see a complete list of biases and fallacies with brief descriptions (once you’re done with all of them). Thanks for the video David.

  4. New glasses? Nice! They look great!
    Best wishes for a successful surgery.

  5. I fix my hair and face to these videos every day. You’re my vanity buddy. I’m looking good and learning so keep ‘em coming. Best wishes on your surgery!

  6. I used to run my kids’ school yard sale, and the endowment fallacy came up again and again as I would have to gently tell someone that the item they paid $X for was now only worth $Y to a random stranger looking at it as a used something-or-other. Some folks got it, and some just couldn’t get over that idea that it was worth more because it had been worth that to them.