What do we need to overcome?

This is not a complete list.

Information Bias

The first information that reaches us almost always carries the most weight.

Confirmation Bias

It pleases us to be right. That's why we often look for evidence that aligns with our opinion, analysis, or solution.

First-conclusion Bias

We like to feel comfortable. The first conclusion we've drawn is often the most comfortable one.

Counting Bias

Not everything that can be counted counts, and not everything that counts can be counted." - Albert Einstein

Groupthink

Groups generally overestimate their abilities, are closed-minded, and exert pressure on group members.

Maps vs. Territory

Theory vs. Practice.

Decide

or be decided

Steve Jobs once used a powerful metaphor for teamwork and the inevitable deviation from original plans. According to him, these changes occur because insights and perspectives shift once an idea is put into action.

Now we don’t want to blow our own horn, of course… but we’ll do it anyway: TATAAAAAAA! Because changing perspectives is what go-PARALLAX is all about. What you will experience is that it disrupts your normal thought patterns. Chances are this will make you see things in a different light.

go-PARALLAX is what you need to look at decisions and problems from different perspectives, so you can choose the one that best fits your plans.

And you won’t believe how truly simple and easy to use go-PARALLAX is. In our minds, that’s a good thing. It will help you use go-PARALLAX.

Furthermore, it’s not an app, so there’s no distraction from all the pings, pongs, and other such message signals disturbing you. It’s not some system you will have to go through step-by-step. It’s not a book. It’s go-PARALLAX, you, your thoughts, and decisions that will have to be made.