A short, concise audiobook in favor of honoring doubt and admitting when the answer is: I don't know.
In a tight, enlightening narrative, Leah Hager Cohen explores why, so often, we attempt to hide our ignorance, and why, in so many different areas, we would be better off coming clean. Weaving entertaining, anecdotal reporting with eye-opening research, she considers both the ramifications of and alternatives to this ubiquitous habit in arenas as varied as education, finance, medicine, politics, warfare, trial courts, and climate change. But it's more than just encouraging listeners to confess their ignorance-Cohen proposes that we have much to gain by embracing uncertainty. Three little words can in fact liberate and empower, and increase the possibilities for true communication. So much becomes possible when we honor doubt.
This title is part of (or scheduled to be part of) the following subscriptions:
by Leah Hager Cohen
by JoAnne Pedro-Carroll
by Amy Spencer
by Susan Fowler
by Joan M. Gattuso
by Karissa Thacker
by Barbara Mitchell, Cornelia Gamlem
by Deborah Schroeder-Saulnier
by Amy Cooper Hakim, Muriel Solomon
by Devora Zack
by Donna Jackson Nakazawa
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