Intellectual Humility
  • Mar 31, 2021 12:00 pm
  • 16:14 mins

Realizing you’re wrong about something is a very humbling experience. But it can be difficult to admit it. Why is it so hard? Well it turns out that our brains are wired to feel a high every time we prove ourselves right. Our instincts feel a strong need to be right, even when we’re wrong. But our inability to admit fault can hurt our relationships. So what can we do to be more intellectually humble rather than constantly trying to prove our own wits? Today we are joined by Warren Berger, a self-declared “questionologist” who believes it’s not about having all the answers, but instead asking the right questions. He’s the author of the books "A More Beautiful Question" and "The Book of Beautiful Questions: The Powerful Questions That Will Help You Decide, Create, Connect, and Lead. "