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It’s not the person

Fast Company recently carried a brief piece which described how what appears to be a personal shortcoming may obfuscate a problem situation. In psychology, they call it the Fundamental Attribution Error but the example they used is particularly poignant for many situations we’ve all seen.

Have you experienced situations that seemed like “people problems” … maybe you took it personally? … only to learn that a modest tweak in the situation resolved most of the problem?

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