Stop Acting Stupid and Change Your Mind

As humans, we have a unique superpower. That superpower is our ability to convince ourselves that something is true — when it’s not. We act stupidly.

Stupidity is a more dangerous enemy of the good than evil. — Dietrich Bonhoeffer, a German theologian

Sometimes stupidity makes people act against their own best interests. When their belief in what is true is challenged…

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// Author of Beyond The Obvious // Host of Killer Innovations podcast // Pres & CEO of CableLabs // Retired HP CTO // All opinions are mine //

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// Author of Beyond The Obvious // Host of Killer Innovations podcast // Pres & CEO of CableLabs // Retired HP CTO // All opinions are mine //

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