Okay. I admit it. I’ve been stupid. Sad that this puts me above many people—admitting stupidity. At least I am able to address it.
Clients who want writing or business-generating forms and schemes lack this capability, sadly. Not that they are stupid people. On the contrary.
But it is better sense to admit you’ve been foolish, or that your process is tired, or that you overlooked a vital element in your decision, than to make a BIG MESSY of something important. Don’t you agree?
After a four-hour conversation on The Knowledge Project ( Part 1, Part 2), Adam Robinson (@IAmAdamRobinson) and I shared another 10-minutes that shouldn’t be missed on how not to be stupid. Shane Parrish: Adam, you did a presentation once on how not to be stupid. Can you tell me about that?