What if you left right out of the equation?

Isn’t it interesting how firmly we hold to our opinions, even when we suspect they may be wrong?

We’re often more concerned with being “right” than moving forward.

Admitting you were wrong is simply acknowledging that you’re smarter now than you were then. Admitting you were wrong is a pathway to creativity, growth, and positive change.

What are you missing out on because you have to be right?

“The first principle is that you must not fool yourself, and you are the easiest person to fool.” – RICHARD FEYMAN (1918-1988)

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