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Willful Blindness

January 5, 2016

This is an all too common ailment in our world…

Make It Your Problem

I am re-reading Margaret Heffernan’s ” Willful Blindness” and was reminded about the Febreeze (I think) ad that depicts how we can go nose blind to the odours around us because the become part of the soup we are swimming in. What would be the Febreeze solution to not seeing other possibilities as possible because we have such a great investment in continuing the current practice? What spray could get rid of (not mask) the stench of complacency? How do we break the confirmation bias mold and launch into the unknown?

Right Wrong

Maybe it happens by playing against tendencies. I am going to explore ‘taking the other path’ this month and will report in when I am stunned, surprised or disturbed by the results. I will try to persistently think about my decisions and when faced with a fork, take the one that my ‘instincts’ reject.  Today, I don’t know what…

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I love your reblog. It’s SO TRUE! Sometimes we have to jump into something new or go into something without knowing what is happening.

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Stevie Wilson (@LAStory)

January 6, 2016

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