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A trivial, very trivial, heuristics is to…

A trivial, very trivial, heuristics is to never take an advice from someone who stands to directly benefit from it. Trivial but not too practiced, and evidently hard to practice. A few years ago, a speaker’s agent wrote to tell me why it is good FOR ME to use an agent, and I was tempted to argue with him about it until I remembered the heuristic. The entire of profession of “sales” is based on the corruption of intuitions in social setting.

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