Our experiences shape our views. Maybe even define us as a person.
We have opinions.
Occasionally these opinions might hold us back from the ‘discovery process’. The process which leads us to our objectives being achieved.
When our opinions conflict with our objectives we must choose. Choose which of the two is more important to us. Do we want to hold onto our opinions, or achieve our objectives?
It’s rarely a simple choice. Often one of ethics. Sometimes one of admitting fault, changing direction, making mistakes, or possibly stepping on others. There is no right answer, just an internal choice.
A starting point may be taking the course that will help us sleep at night when we’re 84.