I have — many, many times — made reckless and impractical decisions in life. Every single time it was because I was placing a bet on myself that I could make things happen going in the opposite direction. Often times I lost my bets. A few times I won. The fee wins made up for the many losses (in my mind, of nowhere else). Today we talk about when to ignore common knowledge and be stupid.
2:25 Today’s Topic: When To Ignore What You Know
5:10 Point I: When you trust your instincts and conviction more than you trust your conscious mind and the information that is placed in front of you.
9:59 Point II: When traditional processes aren’t working.
14:47 Point III: When you know something else that works better than what you already know.
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