The Whoa's, Oops, and Acks of a less than ordinary individual who wants to live a more than special life in the Philippines.
06 December 2011
Kathryn Schulz is an expert on being wrong. The journalist and author of "Being Wrong: Adventures in the Margins of Error," says we make mistakes all the time. The trouble is that often times being wrong feels like being right. What's more, we're usually wrong about what it even means to make mistakes--and how it can lead to better ideas.
For some reason, I like this video. As my friends say, I'm always wrong.
This seems to be my tagline on my other site. "I could be wrong..". I think I should change it to, "Bad as it may sound, prove me wrong.". It sounds better I think.