we won’t or don’t question some of our own basic assumptions. We, willingly, continue down decision paths or pursue actions, many of which are absolutely ridiculous, even if we recognize our foolishness. In the face of all these contradictions, we still do not, or will not, stop, change course, or ask for help. Charles Tadros,Continue reading “So many times, our logic, thoughts, beliefs, and behaviors don’t make sense…”
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JUXTAPOSING OTHERS’ MISTAKES WITH OUR QUESTIONS REGARDING THEIR ERRONEOUS THINKING (or with better, or correct answers) IS MORE POWERFUL FOR EFFECTING CHANGE IN THAT PERSON THAN DELIVERING BROWBEATINGS OR LENGTHY EXPLANATIONS.
Charles Tadros, M.D. December 16, 2021 Saint Louis, Missouri
COMING TO DEFINITIVE CONCLUSIONS AFTER “DOING RESEARCH” DOES NOT MAKE US AN EXPERT, AND IT DOES NOT MAKE US RIGHT. WHAT OUR INTELLECTUAL LABOR QUALIFIES US TO DO IS TO BETTER UNDERSTAND JARGON, TO ASK BETTER QUESTIONS, TO THINK MORE CRITICALLY, TO UNDERSTAND ANSWERS AND OPINIONS MORE EASILY, AND, MOST IMPORTANTLY, TO ASK EVEN BETTER FOLLOW-UP QUESTIONS.
Charles Tadros, M.D. August 6, 2021 Saint Louis, Missouri