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It Won't Happen to Me

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It Won't Happen to Me

Discovering why we want things now and how that behavior affects our finances later.

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The Behavior Behind Optimism

It’s human nature to be optimistic. We tend to think bad things happen to other people, but not to us. Here, behavioral expert and professor Dan Gilbert explains how taking a realistic look at risk can help us prepare for the unexpected.

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Think Optimistically. Plan Realistically.

Even though we've all experienced ups and downs in the past, we tend to underestimate the likelihood of anything unexpected happening in our futures. While it's good to think optimistically, it's important to plan realistically.

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Know the odds today. Be Prepared for tomorrow.

As humans, our perception of risk and reward is often drastically different from reality. And yet those perceptions shape important choices we make. Let's see if we can align our perceptions more closely to the realities.

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Protect Yourself From Optimism Bias

We hosted a seminar to tell people about the human tendency to be overly optimistic about the future. They thought they were just there to listen — they didn’t realize they’d be part of it.

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Videos: Planning for the Unexpected

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