Sometimes what you don’t know can help you.
The naïve mind asks questions that test widely held assumptions. The naïve mind dares to ask the stupid questions, not even realizing they might be stupid. The naïve mind makes abstract conclusions that someone steeped in the problem can’t see or hear – not because of being closed-minded, but because the human brain excels at seeking out data that fits established patterns – data that fits with what it already knows. Keep reading »