Why Your Clients Don’t Listen to You: Understanding Confirmation Bias

By Elaine Floyd, CFP®
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Horsesmouth Essential: Our minds play tricks on us all the time. When you close your mind to new information that might serve you in some way, the result could be irrational or illogical decisions. So, when working with clients, pay attention to signs of confirmation bias—both theirs and yours.

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