It’s a question worth taking seriously. Chances are, we are wrong more often than not. We believe we are right because conventional wisdom confirms it. Science is on our side. So is history. History also proves that our understanding of truth is evolutionary. “According to what we know right now, I am probably right” is […]Read More What if You’re Wrong?
What would that be? When does work matter? The usual utilitarian response would be when it makes an impact. How do we affect the largest number of people, say 1 billion? Certainly, that matters. Saving the life of one person, through rescue, medicine or bravery matters. (A massive impact on the life of a single […]Read More Work that matters
We all have different tolerances for seeking out help. Like the age-old stereotype of men refusing to ask for directions. Generally, we try to avoid it altogether. Noone likes admitting incompetence. The ease of access to information aggravates this to some extent. Now, I never have to ask for help (or so I think) I […]Read More Asking for help