Live with why.
“Always assume that you are wrong.”
This is the biggest takeaway from what I’ve learned this week. We can be wrong about anything in any way. We have to have a system to check our own thoughts and actions.
One of the effective ways to do that is to keep asking ‘why’ to ourselves. Especially about the things that no one has a concrete answer. Asking ‘why’ questions doesn’t tell us the destination, but it gives us a direction.
Write everything down when asking ‘why’ questions. Review the writings — a few days, weeks or months later. It gives us a new perspective that helps us move forward.