Don’t Let Overconfidence Keep You From Connecting With Your Audience

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We are all above average. At least, the studies show that most of us think we are above average. This psychological marvel, known as “illusory superiority,” shows up in a wide variety of human activities, including driving ability, health, memory, and IQ. In fact, 93 percent of us think we are above-average drivers.

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communications coach, author and speaker; fascinated by all things creative

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communications coach, author and speaker; fascinated by all things creative

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