It’s Okay To Change Your Mind

You’re not the same person you were last year

“I love it when I think the opposite today of what I thought when I woke up this morning. To me, there’s no feeling better than that; when I actually changed my mind or have my mind changed on a subject. That is amazing. That’s my favorite thing in life.”

After he sold his company, he had enough money to retire. He thought about changing his name and living an anonymous life. But instead of changing his name, he changed his mind. He did the exact opposite of what he initially thought. But there’s one important thing to know when you change your mind.

Own it

If you’re someone who always changes their mind, so what? Own it. If you’re the opposite, own that. The risk of changing your mind is that you allow others to influence your thinking.

Listen to my full conversation with Derek Sivers:

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