We don’t know what we don’t know

Certainty can be dangerous. Sometimes we aren't even aware of our overconfidence. Consider for instance: There will always be stuff that we didn't even consider. So being open to be entirely or partially wrong is a safe bet. We must train continuously, be aware of it, because it goes against our own nature of simplistic …

Why perspective matters

Have you ever questioned something you'd assume it was "right"? Perspective takes into consideration a point of view, meaning, you can't see everything from your perspective alone. When I was young I used to love magic and as I grew older I became increasingly intrigued with how that worked. Turns out there was no magic …

Have you ever questioned the nature of your reality?

Nope, I'm not talking about Matrix, nor Westworld, not this time. I’m talking about the following authors: Daniel Kahneman: we humans are more than imperfect, we’re flawed; Nassim Taleb: the world is not what it seems; Simon Sinek: what drives you?; Great authors, important perspective, everyone would be better off knowing their work.