Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Often Wrong, Never Unconvinced

I grew up with a certain amount of arrogance that's tied to a perception I have about my own intelligence. I suffer from a malady described by Dr. McFarland in 1961. I am often wrong, but never unconvinced. You may benefit from a realization that the same situation pertains to you, or to others you work with every day.

Choosing to recognizing it can help you make better decisions and do better business.

Here is a small portion of a talk that I gave recently describing this phenomenon.

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