The workshop gave me an insight into the self discovery of my own thinking. I was not aware that my thoughts depend on many biases, until I came across the list.

First when I saw the list of biases, I felt that none of the bias relates to me. But, as and when we started discussing the biases along with examples, at almost each and every bias I felt that – yes, this bias has affected my thinking process.

The bias that has affected my thinking process the most is the “Outcome Bias – The tendency to judge a decision by its eventual outcome instead of based on the quality of the decision at the time it was made.”. To relate it to the past happenings of life – I was only judging the final decision/outcome rather than evaluating the main cause that had led to such a decision and the question that revolves in my mind is – mein hi kyun – aise toh mene kaunse paap kiye hain. However, after coming across this bias, I am putting my best efforts to overcome it – though still in process.


Suruchi Arora




  • Priyanka Vijay Chhabra

    I can relate to this- I too believed that I am not the bias person- as for me bias means to be partial towards someone. But after reading such a long list of bias- I understood we can be bias while making decision for our-self too…

  • It is easy to talk about it but difficult not to think ‘mein hi kyun’ in difficult situations of our life. But, according to me, this intellectual clarity definitely helps to identify such thinking and then come out from that ‘mein hi kyun’ phase.

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