Intellectual humility: the importance of knowing you might be wrong

"Dunning-Kruger, mental blindspots, and how to build a more humble world. But don’t confuse it with overall humility or bashfulness. It’s not about being a pushover; it’s not about lacking confidence, or self-esteem. The intellectually humble don’t cave every time their thoughts are challenged.

Instead, it’s a method of thinking. It’s about entertaining the possibility that you may be wrong and being open to learning from the experience of others. Intellectual humility is about being actively curious about your blind spots." - Thanks Kim!


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