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BlindSpots: Why Good People Make Bad Choices By Kevin McCarthy,

  • Title: BlindSpots: Why Good People Make Bad Choices
  • Author: Kevin McCarthy
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 447
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A respected business leader, faithful husband and loving father suddenly finds himself in a federal prison for a crime he didn t knowingly commit As he struggles to understand the complexity of his bad decisions, an ever widening web of conspiracy and corruption is revealed But it s not the legal conspiracy of the largest stock fraud in the history of Washington state inA respected business leader, faithful husband and loving father suddenly finds himself in a federal prison for a crime he didn t knowingly commit As he struggles to understand the complexity of his bad decisions, an ever widening web of conspiracy and corruption is revealed But it s not the legal conspiracy of the largest stock fraud in the history of Washington state involving some of the biggest names in sports or the enigmatic FBI it s a conspiracy of the mind It s a battle with the most nefarious enemy of us all our own blind spots Blind spots are those unconscious biases, implicit associations, memory traps and thinking errors that affect our behavior and decision making abilities We all have them Most of us think we don t That s the conundrum Kevin McCarthy is a thought leader and sought after keynote speaker He is a professional member National Speakers Association, and currently President of the Oregon chapter He resides in the Portland, Oregon area with his best friend and faithful wife of than thirty years, Rachel, and is the proud father of two amazing young adults, Chris and Noelle In his spare time he is a certified referee and an avid pool player for the largest billiards association in America, a valuable skill he learned in prison.
    BlindSpots Why Good People Make Bad Choices A respected business leader faithful husband and loving father suddenly finds himself in a federal prison for a crime he didn t knowingly commit As he struggles to understand the complexity of his ba

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