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(also applies to non-mind kinds of self-help)
 
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'''Other-optimizing''' is a failure mode in which a person vastly overestimates their ability to optimize someone else's life, usually as a result of underestimating the differences between themselves and others through the [[typical mind fallacy]].
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'''Other-optimizing''' is a failure mode in which a person vastly overestimates their ability to optimize someone else's life, usually as a result of underestimating the differences between themselves and others, for example through the [[typical mind fallacy]].
  
 
==Blog posts==
 
==Blog posts==

Latest revision as of 06:26, 23 April 2012

Other-optimizing is a failure mode in which a person vastly overestimates their ability to optimize someone else's life, usually as a result of underestimating the differences between themselves and others, for example through the typical mind fallacy.

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See also