Being wrong is being free

I have been waiting for this talk from the moment I saw it on TED’s schedule. I marked my calendar and, when I realized it is actually not going to be broadcasted live, I wrote it down into my “To watch” list to make sure I don’t forget to check TED.com once a week to see if it is finally out.

Today it came out. And I am not disappointed! Kathryn Schultz is amazing and she gave a fresh non-obvious talk about a super-important super-interesting subject. About how, for some reason, we grow up with the idea that being successful in life means making no mistakes, while in reality it’s all the opposite. About understanding that the coolest things in this universe happen when they don’t go exactly like planned or expected.

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One Response to Being wrong is being free

  1. Ed Rybicki says:

    That would be “broadcast”! But I don’t think you’re stupid.

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