Avoid this mental quirk can that can set you up for catastrophe in business and in life
Ideally, we shouldn't need to trick ourselves into doing the right thing.
But we face many enemies of ethics: self-interest, unconscious bias, financial pressure, and social stigma.
When confronted by an array of moral temptations, sometimes resolve and good intentions are not enough. That's when any tactic to recover moral clarity and determination is a valuable weapon in our ethical arsenal.
In this article from Fast Company, discover how to trick your brain to make more ethical decisions.