Uncertainty Is Reality

  • Be aware of the role of confirmation bias in shaping our understanding of the world. Confirmation bias is the tendency to seek out and interpret information in a way that confirms our preexisting beliefs and assumptions. This can lead us to overlook or dismiss evidence that challenges those beliefs and to overestimate the likelihood of certain events happening.
  • Embrace uncertainty and be willing to adapt to changing circumstances. This means being open to new ideas and approaches, even if they challenge our existing beliefs, and being willing to revise our plans and goals as needed. It also means being flexible and adaptable, and being able to think on your feet in the face of unexpected events.

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