Venturing outside one’s zone of comfort—the tribe, the neighborhood, the business channel, the language, the skin color, the national anthem—is seldom an undertaking done voluntarily. This behavior has been termed, among others things, as “ethnic nepotism,” and defined as the human tendency for in-group bias or favoritism

Venturing outside one’s zone of comfort—the tribe, the neighborhood, the business channel, the language, the skin color, the national anthem—is seldom an undertaking done voluntarily. This behavior has been termed, among others things, as “ethnic nepotism,” and defined as the human tendency for in-group bias or favoritism

— International ManMarch 2012

Venturing outside one’s zone of comfort—the tribe, the neighborhood, the business channel, the language, the skin color, the national anthem—is seldom an undertaking done voluntarily. This behavior has been termed, among others things, as “ethnic nepotism,” and defined as the human tendency for in-group bias or favoritism.”

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