It’s called learning.

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13 Responses to It’s called learning.

  1. woodstock says:

    Yeah, this is going up in the cubicle window.

  2. tushar says:

    aka “why your jury duty pool is so huge”

  3. Robert A. says:

    Jessica-you are amazing. This is one of the best you have ever done. So much profound truth in a simple diagram! The persistence of resistance to what this diagram is saying is one of the most pernicious and destructive forces operating in the human species.

    I’m in love with your mind, by the way.

  4. Tyler Tork says:

    Just because you’re certain, doesn’t necessarily mean you’re wrong.

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  6. bm says:

    love it…

  7. Todd says:

    This is why “that’s just how I was raised” is never a valid excuse for adult behavior.

  8. Erika says:

    So true. It is impossible not to believe that you are right, but it is possible and laudable to consider the possibility that you *might* be wrong.

  9. Veron says:

    NICE. The ability…key word…ability. A posture we need so much more of. Sometimes I feel myself slowing down…but then I recommit…and continue on…up and to the right!

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  11. Daniela says:

    Outstanding! This one is going in the waiting room “FYI” 3-ring binder of useful miscellenia.

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