Why We Still Haven’t Learned the Lessons From Four Years Ago

After the debacle with polls in 2016, why were we so quick to believe again?

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Four years ago, a large percentage of Americans, and spectators around the world, were shocked by the “unexpected” outcome of the U.S. election.

I help busy entrepreneurs create space for their best work and achieve sustainable productivity. Founder,The Ritual Revolution™️. http://theritualrevolution.com

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Renée Fishman

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I help busy entrepreneurs create space for their best work and achieve sustainable productivity. Founder,The Ritual Revolution™️. http://theritualrevolution.com

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