In the world we’re surrounded with, we only have our perception of things.
And it is far from being the truth.
We don’t know what people think in general, and even less what they think about us.
We’re not sure about what we know. The more we learn, the more we realize how little we know.
We live in a bubble farthest from the truth.
And everyone around is in their reality.
The truth, the reality, is about exploding bubbles, putting our concept to the test.
It’s about challenging what we believe that we know and evolving our ideas.
With humility and not pride, with the desire to question our certitudes, we may learn.
We need thoughtful disagreements (as Ray Dalio calls them), which allow you to stress test your ideas, evolve them, better them until you’re one step closer to the truth.