🧐 But what if you're wrong?

I know you're not wrong about anything, but just for the sake of argument:
What if you were?

What are you most likely wrong about?

If you actually are wrong about it, what might happen?

Maybe you should make some plans around your faulty assumptions, biases, and blind spots.

(And pay attention to near-misses. When you narrowly avoid something horrible, learn something. Make changes accordingly.)


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