Why Prediction is Overrated
Wednesday June 3, 2020
The act of prediction, while tempting to many of us, can be extremely limiting. Even if you could reliably predict the future, wow, impressive—but also, you are missing out. What you’re missing is the ability to hope for something way better, to visualize it, design it, and eventually create it.
Where human potential, human creativity, and human development are concerned, prediction alone is of limited worth.
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