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How to Be Wrong

A guide to challenging your assumptions

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Some of our mistakes are easier to admit to than others. If you underestimated, say, the amount of time it would take to change a tire? Most people probably wouldn’t have a problem saying so.

But when it comes to our deep-rooted beliefs and worldviews, we have a stake in remaining steadfast in what we’ve told ourselves is true. Most folks see…




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