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Entrepreneurs: Attractiveness Bias

by Miki Saxon

This isn’t the first time we’ve delved into the “attractiveness bias”.

Whether you’re looking for a mate, a job, or funding, you will succeed faster if you are “attractive.”

Note this applies to males; attractive females get hit on.

However, the bias can be overcome.

The previous research was from Harvard, while this is from Wharton.

Harvard’s was text, while Wharton’s is a video.

Doesn’t change the findings.

YouTube credit: Knowledge @ Wharton

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