Being Wrong

Author: Kathryn Schultz
Publisher: Granta Books
ISBN: 1846273706
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Being wrong is an inescapable part of being alive.

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Being. Wrong: Adventures. in. the. Margin. of. Error. Kathryn Schulz It's 1995, I'm
in college, and a friend and I go on a road trip from Providence, Rhode Island to
Portland, Oregon. And you know, we're young and unemployed, so we do the
whole thing on back roads through state parks and national forests -- basically
the longest route we can possibly take. And somewhere in the middle of South
Dakota, I turn to my friend and I ask her a question that's been bothering me for
2,000 ...

The Work Life Equation Six Key Values That Drive Happiness And Success

Author: William L. Maw
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
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Let's admit it, we all hate to be wrong! Whether it's a flopped business idea, a
political mistake, or a simple debate with a spouse, a partner, kids, friends, or
work colleagues, we all want to be right. It feels good to be right. Most of us do
everything we can to avoid being wrong, but as we know, we all make mistakes.
Kathryn Schulz, author of Being Wrong: Adventures in the Margin of Error and a
TED presenter on the topic of being wrong, says that we learn the downside of
being wrong ...

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Author: Henry Evans
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
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Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, Dec. 2000, pp. 861–875. 12.
Schulz, K. Being Wrong: Adventures in the Margin of Error. London: Portobello
Books, 2010. 13. Brafman, O., and Brafman, R. Sway: The Irresistible Pull of
Irrational Behavior. New York: Doubleday, 2008. 14. Miller, A. G., and Lawson, T.
“The Effect of an Informational Option on the Fundamental Attribution Error.”
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, Jan. 1989, 15(2), 194–204. 15.
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Author: Christopher Elliott
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118180151
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Check out Kathryn Schulz's excellent book, Being Wrong: Adventures in the
Margin of Error, for more on the upside of screwing up. I want you to feel
comfortable admitting to your own shortcomings as a consumer. (I figured that if I
go first, you won't mind doing it, either.) But more importantly, if we don't openly
talk about our own defects, we'll never be able to avoid the schemes, swindles,
and shady deals that await us out there. Timing Is Everything As someone who
watches the ebb ...