March 2, 2020

Douglas Vigliotti: How Our Cognitive Biases Impact Our Lives

Douglas Vigliotti: How Our Cognitive Biases Impact Our Lives

Douglas Vigliotti began his career as a salesman with a BSc in Business Management. He then started a sales consulting company and wrote a book about how to sell. This is where he discovered he wanted to be a writer. He has since authored 2 books and a...


Douglas Vigliotti began his career as a salesman with a BSc in Business Management. He then started a sales consulting company and wrote a book about how to sell. This is where he discovered he wanted to be a writer. He has since authored 2 books and an eBook while continuing to write on his blog. Take a listen to learn how our cognitive biases can impact our lives.

 

Check Douglas' website at www.DVwriter.com

 

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Douglas Vigliotti

DOUGLAS VIGLIOTTI is a writer and storyteller who believes less is more and intention is everything. He’s authored multiple books, written way too many articles, and (most recently) his first work of fiction, Tom Collins: A ‘Slightly Crooked’ Novel. It’s set to release on November 2, 2021.