How not to be wrong starting a blog post? I’m just repeating today’s title and letting it flow from there.
“How Not to Be Wrong” is one of the books I’m reading/not reading on my two-week vacation from work.
Personally, I think I spend too much time thinking about how not to be wrong, which can inhibit what I say and do. These days, I’m embracing mistakes as learning experiences and spending less time worrying about the consequences of being wrong.
Granted, it’s very important for us not to be wrong about our health and safety — for ourselves and others. For example, if I forget to take my Coumadin and if I don’t eat a consistent amount of vitamin K, my mechanical heart valve might clog and fail. So I need to think about not being wrong about THAT every day. Also, there are a lot of creatures that depend on me, so I don’t want to be wrong in such a way that jeopardizes their future.
However, I’m not wrong about knowing myself well enough to choose to focus on accepting that I WILL be wrong, every day, and that not every mistake will result in disaster.
Do you see any examples of how not to be wrong in my other images for today?
How not to be wrong on August 26, 2021 MIGHT include having a cherry popsicle, but I don’t think I’m wrong in saying that women’s equality day should be every day.
By the way, usually I spend more time arranging the order of the images in my blog posts — is it wrong that today I’m not worrying about how not to be wrong in creating a good enough post for you?
Here’s what I find on YouTube when I search for “how not to be wrong”:
How not to be wrong about guessing how much time you have to watch a video today:
How not to be wrong about sharing your thoughts and feelings about any of my blog posts? Leave a comment, below.
How not to be wrong about any interaction with other people? Express gratitude when you can.