6 destructive social tendencies you must avoid

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Brian Kight

Humans have some destructive social tendencies:

  1. They believe whatever is shouted the loudest, the most often by the most people, without verifying its truth.
  2. They comply with dysfunctional or unethical practices for comfort, convenience, loyalty, and personal gain.
  3. They believe that what they see the majority do must be the safest and most reliable way.
  4. They adopt and absorb the behavior standards of the people around them, then criticize those people for the same behaviors.
  5. They believe fame infuses people with wisdom.
  6. They do to others what they hate was done to them.

Look for these patterns as you observe people and social tendencies. More importantly, watch yourself, too.

The time is now. Do the work.

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