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Link Thinking – Bias Quiz

3rd November 2019

Which of the biases or pitfalls associated with Link Thinking do you think you are most prone to? What could you do to overcome or guard against the bias and pitfalls of your top choice?
  1. FAMILIARITY BIAS: Giving greater weight to ideas that feel comfortable and from the usual reference points, over those that are less obvious or usual.
  2. OPTION OVERLOAD: The paradox of choice – being overwhelmed by the quantity and disparity of too much information and drifting to a standstill so that a decision or action is never taken.
  3. DANGEROUS DRIFTING: As everything could be connected to everything else there’s no discernment on what are helpful or hindering ideas to develop and take inspirations from.
  4. FORCE FITTING: Taking an idea that is seen elsewhere or in one area of life and making it relate into another, without any real thought or consideration for how it actually applies or needs adapting to your situation.

1st March 2019

Which of the biases or pitfalls associated with Link Thinking do you think you are most prone to? What could you do to overcome or guard against the bias and pitfalls of your top choice?
  1. FAMILIARITY BIAS: Giving greater weight to ideas that feel comfortable and from the usual reference points, over those that are less obvious or usual.
  2. OPTION OVERLOAD: The paradox of choice – being overwhelmed by the quantity and disparity of too much information and drifting to a standstill so that a decision or action is never taken.
  3. DANGEROUS DRIFTING: As everything could be connected to everything else there’s no discernment on what are helpful or hindering ideas to develop and take inspirations from.
  4. FORCE FITTING: Taking an idea that is seen elsewhere or in one area of life and making it relate into another, without any real thought or consideration for how it actually applies or needs adapting to your situation.

20th December 2018

Which of the biases or pitfalls associated with Link Thinking do you think you are most prone to? What could you do to overcome or guard against the bias and pitfalls of your top choice?
  1. FAMILIARITY BIAS: Giving greater weight to ideas that feel comfortable and from the usual reference points, over those that are less obvious or usual.
  2. DANGEROUS DRIFTING: As everything could be connected to everything else there’s no discernment on what are helpful or hindering ideas to develop and take inspirations from.
  3. FORCE FITTING: Taking an idea that is seen elsewhere or in one area of life and making it relate into another, without any real thought or consideration for how it actually applies or needs adapting to your situation.
  4. OPTION OVERLOAD: The paradox of choice – being overwhelmed by the quantity and disparity of too much information and drifting to a standstill so that a decision or action is never taken.

18th December 2018

Which of the biases or pitfalls associated with Link Thinking do you think you are most prone to? What could you do to overcome or guard against the bias and pitfalls of your top choice?
  1. FAMILIARITY BIAS: Giving greater weight to ideas that feel comfortable and from the usual reference points, over those that are less obvious or usual.
  2. FORCE FITTING: Taking an idea that is seen elsewhere or in one area of life and making it relate into another, without any real thought or consideration for how it actually applies or needs adapting to your situation.
  3. DANGEROUS DRIFTING: As everything could be connected to everything else there’s no discernment on what are helpful or hindering ideas to develop and take inspirations from.
  4. OPTION OVERLOAD: The paradox of choice – being overwhelmed by the quantity and disparity of too much information and drifting to a standstill so that a decision or action is never taken.

11th December 2018

Which of the biases or pitfalls associated with Link Thinking do you think you are most prone to? What could you do to overcome or guard against the bias and pitfalls of your top choice?
  1. FAMILIARITY BIAS: Giving greater weight to ideas that feel comfortable and from the usual reference points, over those that are less obvious or usual.
  2. OPTION OVERLOAD: The paradox of choice – being overwhelmed by the quantity and disparity of too much information and drifting to a standstill so that a decision or action is never taken.
  3. DANGEROUS DRIFTING: As everything could be connected to everything else there’s no discernment on what are helpful or hindering ideas to develop and take inspirations from.
  4. FORCE FITTING: Taking an idea that is seen elsewhere or in one area of life and making it relate into another, without any real thought or consideration for how it actually applies or needs adapting to your situation.

26th November 2018

Which of the biases or pitfalls associated with Link Thinking do you think you are most prone to? What could you do to overcome or guard against the bias and pitfalls of your top choice?
  1. OPTION OVERLOAD: The paradox of choice – being overwhelmed by the quantity and disparity of too much information and drifting to a standstill so that a decision or action is never taken.
  2. FAMILIARITY BIAS: Giving greater weight to ideas that feel comfortable and from the usual reference points, over those that are less obvious or usual.
  3. FORCE FITTING: Taking an idea that is seen elsewhere or in one area of life and making it relate into another, without any real thought or consideration for how it actually applies or needs adapting to your situation.
  4. DANGEROUS DRIFTING: As everything could be connected to everything else there’s no discernment on what are helpful or hindering ideas to develop and take inspirations from.

23rd November 2018

Which of the biases or pitfalls associated with Link Thinking do you think you are most prone to? What could you do to overcome or guard against the bias and pitfalls of your top choice?
  1. FAMILIARITY BIAS: Giving greater weight to ideas that feel comfortable and from the usual reference points, over those that are less obvious or usual.
  2. OPTION OVERLOAD: The paradox of choice – being overwhelmed by the quantity and disparity of too much information and drifting to a standstill so that a decision or action is never taken.
  3. DANGEROUS DRIFTING: As everything could be connected to everything else there’s no discernment on what are helpful or hindering ideas to develop and take inspirations from.
  4. FORCE FITTING: Taking an idea that is seen elsewhere or in one area of life and making it relate into another, without any real thought or consideration for how it actually applies or needs adapting to your situation.

20th November 2018

Which of the biases or pitfalls associated with Link Thinking do you think you are most prone to? What could you do to overcome or guard against the bias and pitfalls of your top choice?
  1. FAMILIARITY BIAS: Giving greater weight to ideas that feel comfortable and from the usual reference points, over those that are less obvious or usual.
  2. OPTION OVERLOAD: The paradox of choice – being overwhelmed by the quantity and disparity of too much information and drifting to a standstill so that a decision or action is never taken.
  3. DANGEROUS DRIFTING: As everything could be connected to everything else there’s no discernment on what are helpful or hindering ideas to develop and take inspirations from.
  4. FORCE FITTING: Taking an idea that is seen elsewhere or in one area of life and making it relate into another, without any real thought or consideration for how it actually applies or needs adapting to your situation.

8th November 2018

Which of the biases or pitfalls associated with Link Thinking do you think you are most prone to? What could you do to overcome or guard against the bias and pitfalls of your top choice?
  1. FAMILIARITY BIAS: Giving greater weight to ideas that feel comfortable and from the usual reference points, over those that are less obvious or usual.
  2. OPTION OVERLOAD: The paradox of choice – being overwhelmed by the quantity and disparity of too much information and drifting to a standstill so that a decision or action is never taken.
  3. DANGEROUS DRIFTING: As everything could be connected to everything else there’s no discernment on what are helpful or hindering ideas to develop and take inspirations from.
  4. FORCE FITTING: Taking an idea that is seen elsewhere or in one area of life and making it relate into another, without any real thought or consideration for how it actually applies or needs adapting to your situation.

7th November 2018

Which of the biases or pitfalls associated with Link Thinking do you think you are most prone to? What could you do to overcome or guard against the bias and pitfalls of your top choice?
  1. FAMILIARITY BIAS: Giving greater weight to ideas that feel comfortable and from the usual reference points, over those that are less obvious or usual.
  2. OPTION OVERLOAD: The paradox of choice – being overwhelmed by the quantity and disparity of too much information and drifting to a standstill so that a decision or action is never taken.
  3. DANGEROUS DRIFTING: As everything could be connected to everything else there’s no discernment on what are helpful or hindering ideas to develop and take inspirations from.
  4. FORCE FITTING: Taking an idea that is seen elsewhere or in one area of life and making it relate into another, without any real thought or consideration for how it actually applies or needs adapting to your situation.

23rd October 2018

Which of the biases or pitfalls associated with Link Thinking do you think you are most prone to? What could you do to overcome or guard against the bias and pitfalls of your top choice?
  1. FORCE FITTING: Taking an idea that is seen elsewhere or in one area of life and making it relate into another, without any real thought or consideration for how it actually applies or needs adapting to your situation.
  2. OPTION OVERLOAD: The paradox of choice – being overwhelmed by the quantity and disparity of too much information and drifting to a standstill so that a decision or action is never taken.
  3. DANGEROUS DRIFTING: As everything could be connected to everything else there’s no discernment on what are helpful or hindering ideas to develop and take inspirations from.
  4. FAMILIARITY BIAS: Giving greater weight to ideas that feel comfortable and from the usual reference points, over those that are less obvious or usual.

23rd October 2018

Which of the biases or pitfalls associated with Link Thinking do you think you are most prone to? What could you do to overcome or guard against the bias and pitfalls of your top choice?
  1. FAMILIARITY BIAS: Giving greater weight to ideas that feel comfortable and from the usual reference points, over those that are less obvious or usual.
  2. FORCE FITTING: Taking an idea that is seen elsewhere or in one area of life and making it relate into another, without any real thought or consideration for how it actually applies or needs adapting to your situation.
  3. DANGEROUS DRIFTING: As everything could be connected to everything else there’s no discernment on what are helpful or hindering ideas to develop and take inspirations from.
  4. OPTION OVERLOAD: The paradox of choice – being overwhelmed by the quantity and disparity of too much information and drifting to a standstill so that a decision or action is never taken.