What to do when you realize you've made a mistake
from Harvard Business Review
In her book, Being Wrong: Adventures in the Margin of Error, author Kathryn Schulz writes, "Our love of being right is best understood as our fear of being wrong." In other words, our commitment to believing that we know exactly what's happening and why, and what to do about it, is reinforced by us trying very, very hard not to think about this possibility: "What if I'm making a mistake?" Or perhaps, even worse, "What if I already made one?"
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