The ‘know all’ fallacy

Some of the most charismatic and persuasive people I have ever met have also been the ones who have been the most convinced that they had it all figured out and knew everything. Until they didn’t. I am not suggesting that they all failed. But a good number of them did. Because they thought they… Continue reading The ‘know all’ fallacy

Igniting change

When you try to affect change and solve a problem in a new way, you need them to be ready to give up how they have done things in the past. Or get them interested in forming a new habit. For some things it's easier than with others. If you're just presenting a more efficient… Continue reading Igniting change