The longer the duration between cause and results, the harder for our brain to connect those dots

As more and more time elapsed between the result that we see now and the cause that happened in the past, the harder is to connect the real cause to the current results. Instead, most of us will take the first symptom of the problem and turn it into the cause. The result of this approach is a repetition of the same issue. Resolving a symptom won’t fix the cause of a problem.

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