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100 Fantasy Football Tips in 100 Days, Day 11: Embrace the fact that you don’t know or could be wrong.

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Today’s tip is via an excerpt from my new book “Fantasy Football for Smart People: Lessons from RotoAcademy (Volume 1.0).

I was talking with Jon Moore on G-Chat earlier today. .

Jon Moore

If you ever feel really, really confident in your current beliefs, think about how you thought/acted just a few years ago. I know I’m not the only one who looks back and thinks, “Well fuck.” It’s like a fundamental component of being human to be horribly embarrassed by our former selves.

The fact that we can look back at any time in our lives and pinpoint multiple beliefs that we held that turned out to be incorrect—some in relation to very basic concepts about whatever—doesn’t give me all that much confidence that everything I believe now is accurate.

You can buy the book in paperback, on Kindle, or as a PDF. For the best value, enroll in RotoAcademy – my fantasy football training school.

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