The hard truth is that our misguided brains are constantly looking for ways to oversimplify the world. “Unit Bias” causes our overworked brains to group things into big general categories and to ignore the subtle differences.
It’s a time when our brain consistently makes BAD choices. Researchers tell us that our tired little cranium tends to seriously misstep whenever we envision LARGE things. All of us can clearly picture 6 inches in our mind, but ask us to contemplate 10,000 miles and the mental image becomes frustratingly fuzzy.
New research is revealing the disturbing fact that a lot of work savings plans are sucker bets. A surprising number of employers choose investments that put money in THEIR pocket, not WORKERS. Watch this short video to learn four ways you can assure that work savings is making you money, not your boss.