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The Hidden Wisdom of Contradicting Yourself

On the Unrecognized Virtue of Changing One’s Mind

I don’t tend to write about politics — especially not elections. But there are some things that take place in politics that represent a more general phenomenon in the human condition. This is a piece of writing about one such instance.

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Creator: https://TheTodaySystem.com — A simpler personal productivity system. Writing about productivity, self-improvement, business, and life.

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