While the bias for inaction can help keep things stable and consistent in some situations, it can also get in the way of progress and change when they are needed. If you are aware of this bias and actively challenge it, you can look at possible changes more objectively and make better decisions. By doing this, you can give yourself the confidence to try new things and make positive changes in your personal and professional lives.
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