Tag Archives: Being Wrong

Nothing Wrong with Changing Your Mind: Margaret Heffernan

Great piece in today’s UK Financial Times on the value of changing your mind. I try to do it all the time and this blog is all about some ways to do that. There is nothing wrong with changing your … Continue reading

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Being Wrong: the Theology: Conflict Humor

I love the question: ‘What if you are mistaken, are in fact wrong?‘ This is not the same as saying to someone: ‘You are wrong’. In fact, it is almost the opposite. And, of course, I am often wrong. So … Continue reading

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Being Wrong: Adventures in the Margin of Error: Kathryn Shulz TED Talk

TED is blowing my socks off. Yet another fantastic talk, this time by Kathryn Schulz about that key conflict skill: being wrong and then admitting that you are wrong. I reviewed her book ‘Being Wrong: Adventures in the Margin of … Continue reading

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