Being Wrong May Not Be Such A Bad Thing After All

Being Wrong May Not Be Such A Bad Thing After All

We should embrace our errors instead of hating them, argues the author of 'Being Wrong'.

Naresh Kumar
  • 29 june 2010

Kathryn Schulz, the author of ”Being Wrong: Adventures in the Margin of Error”, wrote a guest post in The Boston Globe earlier this month. She talks about how we behave when we make mistakes, our general hate for wrongness and why instead of hating it, we should see error as a gift and a source of individuality and change, as it is wrongness that can teach us who we are.

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