[Question] How do you identify and counteract your biases in decision-making?

I’m thinking of making a career pivot from a product manager (PM) to UX researcher (UXR). I’m talking to current UXRs, people who pivoted from PM to UXR, and people who pivoted from UXR to PM. I’m trying to get a holistic view to make a decision on whether I want to pivot or not.

I’m afraid of falling into biases such as confirmation bias or social desirability bias that will cloud my decision here.

Any advice?

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