Memories Of Past Success

People try to repeat what has worked for them in the past. This is so even if the variables have changed significantly since that past success happened.

This occurs in professional sports all the time. General Managers who have won championships in the past bring with them vivid memories not just of the win, but of how they won.

So, naturally, they try to duplicate their prior process and success with their new team.

The problem is that the game may have changed in the interim. Availability bias doesn’t allow them to acknowledge that “this time is different.”

Don’t let vivid stories and experiences of past success stop you from seeing that things have changed. What worked before may well not work now.

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