Why It’s Important To Know You Might Be Wrong
Richard Bradbury | Arvindh Yuvaraj | Christine Wong
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As the Trump presidency suggests, the world seems to respond more to confidence and bluster, not truthfulness. But why are we so hesitant to admit when we are wrong - and how does that stubbornness affect the way we see the world?
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Categories: Personal Development, Entrepreneurship, SME
Tags: humility, mindsets, overconfidence, Dunning-Kruger effect,