I hate being wrong.
In the four corners of my mind, I like to think that I’m always right; that my perspective is the correct one. It’s probably a guy thing, but I know for sure that it’s an ego thing. Simply put, I don’t like being wrong.
That being said, being wrong actually opens up a world of possibilities – if we’re open to seeing it that way. I cam across this TED Talk for Kathryn Schulz and it made me rethink this idea and desire to be always be right.
Enjoy the presentation and let me know what you think. You can pick up her book here (affiliate link).
Note: I’ve extended an invitation to Ms. Schulz to join me for a conversation on the podcast. I’ll keep you posted!