One of the greatest abilities every one should develop is to change one’s mind when they are wrong; this is called intellectual humility. And it is rare. It doesn’t come easy for any of us to accept we’re wrong.
With the ever present threat of increasingly sophisticated cyber attacks, the need for sophisticated cybersecurity increases as well. But this isn’t as simple as creating more difficult passwords and regular password resets. In fact, passwords may even become obsolete, as numerous security researchers (including Microsoft) point out that mandatory password resets offer very low value mitigation.
This is a post I’m writing for my friend Jesus, who’s taking on a leadership challenge…
To thrive in chaos and adapt to change requires the mental preparedness to modify one’s thoughts at a moment’s notice. As an entrepreneur, I’m well adapted to chaos. I actually want it. Most people don’t. They love that they have a routine and structured day. Any chaos drives them crazy. It drains their energy. But life is chaotic. So how do you deal with chaos?