Trial, Error, and Success
10 Insights into Realistic Knowledge, Thinking, and Emotional Intelligence
Sima Dimitrijev and Maryann Karinch
Business / Economics, Science
We make wrong decisions when we rely on what we know rather well and fit it like a square peg in a round hole. This book shows that a focus on differences between knowledge from the past and the changing reality is all it takes to trigger the process of trial-and-error thinking. Using real-life examples, the authors show how to
· avoid overgeneralization traps,
· create new knowledge by trial-and-error thinking, and
· reduce personal risk and maximize benefits by collective application of the trial-and-error process.
It becomes obvious how this kind of skepticism can be better than a compliant mindset, and better for both yourself and those who live and work with you.
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