We’re taught to avoid doing things we’ll regret for the rest of our lives, but why? Author Kathryn Schulz makes the case for cherishing our worst choices like her tattoo.
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Once upon a time, everybody knew the sun revolved around the Earth — until we realized it didn’t.
From the celestial mechanics, to the best way to avoid traffic, there are a bunch of things that everyone believes right now that are just plain wrong. And while it’s hard to admit we got it wrong, Kathryn Schulz, author of Being Wrong, argues that it’s time to embrace our errors.
In this episode, Paul talks with journalist and author Kathryn Schulz. They discussed Shulz’s recently released book, "Being Wrong: Adventures in the Margin of Error." They talked about Schulz’s premise that we’re all wrong, all the time, and how the inability of politicians and business leaders to admit to mistakes can be devastating. On the other hand, the ability to learn from our mistakes can have personal benefits.
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